MADISON, NJ – Madison PBA 92 combined forces last week with several nearby towns to organize an area-wide donation effort for those affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Area residents can drop off basic necessity items that include toilet paper, trash bags, cleaning products and new pairs of socks and underwear at several locations in Morris County through this Friday, Sept. 15 at 5 p.m. No clothing donations allowed.
“Please consider packing items from our donation list into plastic bins,” Madison police said. “This makes it easier for us to organize and load more supplies.”
The Harvey relief effort is a collaboration between Madison, Harding Township, Chatham Borough, Chatham Township, Morris Township and East Hanover Township.
For more information, contact Sgt. Craig Perrelli at PerrelliC@rosenet.org, Cpl. Vincent Dellavalle at DellavalleV@rosenet.org, Ptl. Heather Glogolich at HGlogolich@mtpd1422.com or Sgt. Jesse Novalis and JNovalis@EHPolice.com.
Here is a list of available drop off locations:
- Madison Public Safety Building
- Harding Township Municipal Building
- Chatham Borough Municipal Building
- Chatham Township Police Headquarters
- Morris Township Fairchild Firehouse (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.)
- Morris Township Police Headquarters
- East Hanover Police Headquarters
Items eligible for donation include:
- 20-gallon plastic bins
- Baby diapers/wipes
- New pairs of socks and underwear
- Baby food
- Toilet paper
- Hygiene products
- Trash bags
- Air beds and sheets
- Cleaning supplies
- Hand Sanitizer
- Soap and shampoo
- Paper towels
- Bottled water