On the final day of "12 Days of Architecture," Architecture for Humanity celebrates Ed Kloskowski's support of Sandy restoration efforts.
<div> <div> <em>It's the final day of our homage to the "12 Days of Christmas," where <a href="http://architectureforhumanity.org/" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Architecture for Humanity</a> has been sharing 12 of our favorite moments of 2012. </em>\n</div> \n</div><div> Ed Kloskowski is not a designer or an architect. But upon seeing his native New Jersey struggling in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, he took it upon himself to do what he does in the name of awareness for recovery: Ed ran. Ed ran the length of New Jersey, 220 miles from November 16-21, carrying a flag, meeting community members, and raising nearly $10,000 online for Sandy recovery. We appreciate his support as we launch our New Jersey and New York <a href="http://architectureforhumanity.org/programs/hurricane-sandy-reconstruction" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">programs for long-term sustainable reconstruction</a>.</div> <div> <em>Image courtesy of Ed Kloskowski </em>\n</div>
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