Diana and Frank are both caring individuals who are always giving back, especially to their community. Diana is a special ed. teacher/dean at New Dorp High School, and Frank works for the NYPD. About two years ago they went in search of a house. It wasn't long until they made a decision and chose the house on Ebbitts in New Dorp. Once they moved in, they now needed to make this empty house into a HOME. With a lot of work needed, they got started on the house little by little. Throughout the amount of time in the house, they poured their heart, soul and money into it. Though all the work they put into the house would probably take me forever to write, I think we can all understand just how much they did. They redid everything in their finished basement, new hard wood floors throughout the house, brand new windows, and the list goes on. After putting all the final touches into their home, they just recently completed everything. Unfortunately, due to Sandy, all of that was taken away from them. A house that they made into a HOME, is now just a shell. With the help of so many friends and family during this hard time, they are so thankful and count their blessings. Now is the time for all of us to get together and donate whatever we can to help them rebuild their lives. These next months or maybe years will land them on hardships, and they will need every bit of help. Please try your best to get this out there as much as possible to our community. Diana teaches your children and also offers a shoulder to cry on and rely on to many of her students (your children). She steers those who are lost in the right direction and would open her home to all of them. Frank puts his life on the line every time he goes to work, to keep people (us) safe and to put those who intend harm behind bars. He's what makes us all sleep better at night knowing that he, as well as the NYPD, are looking out for us. Please pass this on, and please donate what you can. Again, every donation no matter how small will make a difference. I want this fundraiser to be able to help them get back on their feet and give them a place to live where they can raise their children and call it HOME.