A Charlotte Red Cross volunteer has been chosen to manage a long-term recovery station for Superstorm Sandy survivors.
Robert Callender is heading back to New York -- his second time since Sandy first hit.
The first time, he worked at a shelter with 1,100 people, an experience he says he'll never forget.
This time, he's been picked to go up there and help find some sort of housing for survivors who still haven't been able to go home.
He says he's honored.
"My title is volunteer, no matter what they call me. I'm a volunteer and I'm very proud of that. All the other volunteers around the country are also very proud of the title of volunteers," Callender said.
Hurricane Sandy was the second costliest hurricane in U.S. history and it was the most damaging of the year.