Michelangelo Lite, an iPad app has allocated $50,000 towards families impacted by the devastating storm that hit the NY coast on October 29, 2012.
"Almost three weeks after the storm, there are thousands of households without electricity, heat and gasoline,"said co-founder Kostas Kioleidis, and co-founder Nicola Maganuco, said: "The people suffering in the cold and darkness are our families, friends, and neighbors, that's why we are helping in every way we can."
"In this time of crisis and hurt, we have witnessed unscrupulous individuals and speculators trying to capitalize on others’ misfortunes hoping to make a quick buck.
We want to help victims of Hurricane Sandy. We are giving $50,000 to families in need to raise awareness and make sure they are not taken advantage of," Nicola Maganuco said.
Michelangelo Lite is the safest, most secure way to shop and buy tiles and counter-tops.
It's the only place were homeowners can compare quotes from multiple nearby professionals, and therefore, save time, and money.
Michelangelo Lite will contribute up to $1,000 on kitchen and bathroom remodeling projects for families impacted by the storm.