Students from the Deerfield School collected clothing and supplies for those who suffered from Hurricane Sandy.
Friday, December 7, 2012
The following information was provided by the Mountainside School District. Michael Ciccimara, a 6th grader at Deerfield School, is one of many studentswho donated coats and blankets as part of the Mountainside School District storm recovery. Students collected these items as well as school supplies (for the Sayerville and Lavellette School Districts) for communities who didnot fare as well as Mountainside. Mrs. Leslie Moorman, a resident, employedby Cooperative Counseling Services, spearheaded the coat/blanket collectionfor her agency. She explained that they received close to 500coats/blankets and winter items for the families that her organizationhelps. In a follow up email, Mrs. Moorman expressed her gratitude. "On behalf of …
The police department is taking donations of winter gear for the Sandy-devistated shore town.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
The following is from the New Providence Police Dept. and shared by Temple Sinai of Summit Subject: Request from Seaside Height Police Department Good morning all: We have received a request for assistance from the members of the Seaside Heights Police Department whose town has been decimated and members have been working around the clock in unthinkable conditions. The request is for the following items which we will delivered to them on Friday. • Wooly Hats • Gloves • Thermal Underwear (men's sizes large and XL) • Work Boots (men sizes 10-13) These items will be delivered directly to the first responders in Seaside Heights to assist them in their recovery efforts. These items may be dropped off to the New Providence Police Headquarters …