NY Presbyterian Hospital Workers Play Concert For Sandy Relief
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Employees at New York Presbyterian Hospital are rocking out to help Hurricane Sandy victims.
Some of the hospital's workers are part of a local rock cover band called "Off the Charts,"
They played a special performance at the Village Underground Music Club.
All proceeds are going to a relief fund for fellow employees still dealing with Hurricane Sandy's aftermath.
"We've had employees who have lost their belongings, and they're having a difficult time," said Myrna Manners of New York Presbyterian Hospital. "And we're a family at New York Presbyterian Hospital. We have a family atmosphere."
"They've raised a tremendous amount of money and we can't be prouder to have them," said Ira Berman, the president of NYC Gigs. "They're rocking the crowd downstairs. Everyone's having a great time."
New York Presbyterian Hospital has also pledged $500,000 to the relief fund.