Communities throughout New Jersey and New York are spending the weekend cleaning up their neighborhoods.
Sandy destroyed thousands of homes and millions are still without power. But on Sunday, volunteers flocked to neighborhoods to help people in need.
In Hoboken, chefs are donating their time to cook up warm meals.
Some of the approximately one million people without power in New Jersey are coming to various centers for food and warmth. Even though the cleanup is still far from over, this week things will start to get back to normal in some areas as schools reopen throughout New Jersey and New York.
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano says the federal government is helping to find hotel rooms and apartments, so that everyone who can't go back to their homes have a place to stay.