Restore the Shore
Bringing Warmth to Victims of Hurricane Sandy
On Wednesday, February 13, The Children’s Home Society of New Jersey (CHS of NJ) distributed 4,500 blankets donated by Hayneedle, Inc. (Omaha, NE) at Meelheim’s Transfer & Storage warehouse in South Toms River.
Fishing Tournament to Benefit Restore the Shore
Clarks Landing has announced its second annual Fish'n for the Cause fishing tournament for June 7 through 9. Over $50,000 in prizes will be awarded and 100 percent of the proceeds will go to benefit Restore The Shore, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and Lunch Break Soup Kitchen in Red Bank...
Visiting with Local Businesses After Sandy
With less than 100 days until Memorial Day Weekend 2013, all eyes are turning to Shore businesses. After the devastation wrought by Superstorm Sandy last year, questions remain about the state of the Shore and what kind of a summer visitors and residents can expect in 2013...
Casino Pier in Seaside Heights Rebuilding After Hurricane Sandy
The Jersey Shore is at an important crossroad in the rebuilding process after Hurricane Sandy. Last Wednesday marked 100 days since the storm. Today marks 100 days until Memorial Day Weekend, the unofficial start to the summer tourism season at the Jersey Shore...
We Are Open! Jersey Shore Businesses Open After Sandy
Use the map below to explore various Jersey Shore businesses and other attractions that are now open after Superstorm Sandy! View Open at the Jersey Shore! in a larger map
American Institute Donates to Sandy Relief at Grand Opening
American Institute’s doors are open! Today marked a very special day on campus for the American Institute family as well as the Toms River community. American Institute was able to present a donation of $1,500 to Mayor Thomas F. Kelaher in support of the Toms River Police Foundation for Hurricane Sandy Recovery at today’s Grand Opening event ...
Seeking Nominees for a Brand New Sofa and Loveseat Set!
La-Z-Boy and Restoretheshore.com are teaming up to provide a little bit of help for those in need of help recovering from Superstorm Sandy.
Hometown Love from the Nation’s Capital
A holiday cocktail party thrown by Jersey Shore native Ryan Kareme at Capitale in Washington DC netted a $3,200 donation to Hometown Heroes efforts to Restore the Shore.
WFS Students Donating Toys to Children in Union Beach Impacted by Superstorm Sandy
A group of six third-graders from West Freehold School in Freehold Township have started a toy drive called Toys 4 Smiles with the goal of helping children impacted by Superstorm Sandy.
AmeriCorps Response Team Seeks Volunteers, Wants to Help Homeowners
In the wake of Superstorm Sandy, Ocean County AmeriCorps is seeking volunteers to assist with their clean-up efforts.