Saturday, November 3, 2012

Hurricane Sandy Relief In New Jersey

My family and the ones who just got their power and heat came back on we are blessed and we thank the workers out there who are helping nonstop! But In my area there are still towns that need help. Here are a few facebook local groups, sites, and the Red Cross to help the rest of New Jersey get back on their feet.

Offers of help and supplies and food for community members still without power * Information about open stores and gas stations * Information about places offering "hanging out", charging stations, and internet * Requests for help if you need it * Coordination of and information on volunteer efforts to help anyone severely impacted by Sandy in our areas and throughout the region

Support Page:
North Jersey
South Jersey

Facebook Group
Hurricane Help: New Brunswick, Highland Park, Edison
New Brunswick Area
Human Milk 4 Human Babies: New Jersey [for breast milk storage.]


Sites:
American Red Cross: Hurricane Sandy
Fema: Hurricane Sandy


Laundry:
Tide Loads of Hope Location Site: Lowe’s 118 New Jersey 35 Eatontown, New Jersey (732) 544-5820 8am-6pm

Local Schools Charging/Warming/Food Stations:
Edison Schools
The Senior/Youth Center at 220 South 6th Avenue in Highland Park Saturday, November 3rd and Sunday November 4th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m
The Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers Saturday, November 3, and Sunday, November 4, from noon to 4 p.m
New Brunswick Elks to Offer Free Soup, Coffee to City Residents Sunday

Donations:
Reformed Church of Highland Park NJ
Red Cross Text Red Cross to 90999 to donate $10. Help those dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy!
Benefit Concert in Highland Park 100% proceeds go to Hurricane Sandy Victims
LIST OF PHARMACIES, HOTELS, RESTAURANTS AND GAS STATIONS THAT ARE UP AND RUNNING

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  1. https://www.facebook.com/pages/FEMA-Sandy-Recovery-NOW-New-Jersey/135512516596474

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