The Trenton Rescue Mission is able to continue serving the homeless, hungry, those suffering from addiction, and others who need shelter thanks to a $12,000 grant from the Church & Dwight Employee Giving Fund.
Eric Katz, a 30-year-old paraplegic, Toms River, NJ native, who has devoted his life to building and creating artificial limbs for amputees, lost his home and everything he owned during Hurricane Sandy.
According to a local newspaper's investigation, "The Hurricane Sandy Relief Foundation" has raised $1 million dollars. However, the organization is not registered, is not tax exempt and has $800,000 in their account.
The way New Jersey has come together as we Restore New Jersey is nothing short of amazing and humbling. Here's more proof that everyone young and old are stepping up to help others recover from Sandy's aftermath. Here's one touching story.
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