Nov. 19: Jersey Shore Relief Project Fund-Raiser

November 13, 2012 at 12:31 PM

PATERSON, NJ - The Jersey Shore Relief Project is holding its Hurricane Sandy Fundraiser on Mon., Nov. 19 at 6:30pm at the Brownstone House at 351 West Broadway.

Admission will be $20 at the door (see below for details). The special guest will be retired New York  Jets quarterback Ray Lucas.

Admission to enter is $20, plus a large brown grocery bag filled with one of the following: non-perishable foods for Thanksgiving or baby essentials (diapers, formula, food, soap, etc.). The group also is accepting new or little-used winter coats and blankets. 

Admission includes one drink ticket and boardwalk style food. Cash bar. 

All monetary proceeds from donations, admission fee, and cash bar will be donated to the New Jersey Red Cross to help support the families who lost their homes and the efforts to rebuild the Jersey Shore.

Donations of food, clothing, and essential goods are welcome and greatly appreciated. These items will be given to the local shelters and food pantries in the areas effected by Hurricane Sandy.

 

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