MP3: Ikea Donates Home Furnishings To Still-Suffering NYC Sandy Victims

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Ikea Donates Home Furnishings To Still-Suffering NYC Sandy Victims MP3

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) - It’s been over seven months since superstorm Sandy slammed into New York CIty, but many are still suffering. Ikea is trying to help those victims. On Tuesday, the Swedish furniture retailer announced it will be donating home furnishings – including hundreds of beds, mattresses, dining room sets, and sofas – to those who lost “the basic furniture that helps to make a ... Source: newyork.cbslocal.com

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