Photo: Danny ClinchBruce Springsteen has been working hard to help raise support for the many people affected by Sandy, the devastating superstorm that caused so much damage in his home state of New Jersey and many other areas in the northeastern U.S.
Now, Springsteen also has teamed up with former President Jimmy Carter to record a public service announcement asking people to support the Habitat for Humanity charity's work in helping the victims of Sandy.
In the 30-second video, Bruce is heard saying, "Superstorm Sandy devastated my home state of New Jersey and destroyed communities all along the East Coast," adding, "You can help families desperately in need of a place to call home." To find out more about contributing to Habitat for Humanity, log onto Habitat.org.
Of course the Boss already participated in the star-studded telethon that aired on many channels on November 2 to aid the American Red Cross' relief efforts. He also will join Paul McCartney, The Who, Billy Joel, Roger Waters and other artists on December 12 to perform at the Robin Hood Foundation's 12.12.12 benefit concert at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
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