Community Pulls Together To Participate in Sandy Clean-up Efforts


More than two weeks after Hurricane Sandy ravaged through New Jersey, the expansive wreckage is a sorrowful reminder of the thousands of people who lost their homes and belongings. The damage is more pronounced in some areas more than others, but I think we can all agree that the entire state felt the effects of this monumental super storm. And as a state, it’s amazing to see the show of support and unity of the hundreds of volunteers that have shown up to aid in the clean-up efforts.

As we celebrate Thanksgiving, a number of groups, organizations and individuals are contributing money, food, clothing, time, and energy to help suffering families repair their broken homes.

Union City Mayor, Brian Stack together with Jersey City Councilman Steve Fullip are distributing 25,000 turkeys to people in Union City and Jersey City this year as a joint project.  Similar projects with a smaller scope are taking place in the City of Newark and elsewhere in the Garden State.

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