Restoretheshore.com has partnered with several non-profit organizations who will be providing relief to local areas affected by Superstorm Sandy.
Donate with confidence to these groups. They are registered 501c(3) charitable entities who will put 100% of funds donated to work helping people in need locally.
To make donations in Monmouth and Ocean counties, including Long Beach Island:
Hometown Heroes is an incorporated organization founded in 2008 to provide assistance to the community at large and help any individual or family regardless of ethnicity, gender and age that suddenly finds themselves in a crisis.
To make donations in South Jersey including Atlantic and Cape May counties and Atlantic City:
The Salvation Army’s New Jersey Division is actively seeking donations and volunteers to help those affected by Hurricane Sandy. Those in need are also encouraged to reach out to the Salvation Army. The New Jersey Division is currently working to serve to those impacted by the storm in and around Atlantic City, Brigantine, Longport, Margate City, Ventnor City.
The Southern Shore Chapter of the American Red Cross is working to provide shelter and basic essentials to those affected by Hurricane Sandy in and around Atlantic City, Pleasantville, Ocean City, Toms River, Vineland, Ventnor City, Somers Point, and Brigantine. There are several ways you can help those affected by Sandy’s wrath. Feel free to contact the Southern Shore Chapter of the Red Cross to see how best you can help those affected.