Operation Photo Rescue partners with Home Depot to restore photos damaged by Sandy

Operation Photo Rescue has come to the Jersey Shore to offer its services to families whose treasured photos were damaged by Hurricane Sandy. The group

Operation Photo Rescue has come to the Jersey

Operation Photo Rescue has come to the Jersey Shore to offer its services to families whose treasured photos were damaged by Hurricane Sandy. (Credit: News 12 New Jersey)

SEASIDE HEIGHTS - Operation Photo Rescue has come to the Jersey Shore to offer its services to families whose treasured photos were damaged by Hurricane Sandy. 

The group has partnered with Home Depot in Seaside Heights and is accepting up to 20 photographs per family. As part of the program, volunteers from around the world arrive in disaster-stricken areas to help with the image restoration process.

Restorations can take up to one year to complete.
 

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