The Loving Way is helping in Ocean County New Jersey in the aftermath of the enormous superstorm that wreaked havoc throughout the northeast
The Loving Way is helping victims of Hurricane Sandy in the Toms River and Seaside Heights. We are working with local churches where homes were hard hit by the superstorm.
"These people are just devastated and need help," The Loving Way's President Vince Lotito said.
People still reeling from Sandy were dealt another blow on Wednesday when nor'easter Athena hit New Jersey with rain and wet snow, causing yet more misery for thousands of people still trying to recover from from the super strom. Athena brought down tree limbs and electrical wires, and utility companies reported that some customers who lost power because of Sandy lost it all over again as a result of the nor'easter.
The Loving Way is committed to helping people impacted by both storms from our bases at Building on the Rock Community Church in Manchester, New Jersey and SonRise Community Church in Toms River.
In an effort to provide shelter for 150 people removed from the shelter at Tom's River North, The Loving Way is asking for donations to provide cots and bedding.
The Loving Way is asking for volunteers as we respond to Hurricane Sandy.
DIGGING OUT FROM SANDY:
New Jersey residents are faced with the unenviable task of recovering from the devastating superstorm.
Within days of Sandy's landfall, volunteers were out in storm-damaged neighborhoods, bringing help and comfort to people impacted by the massive storm.
We’re reaching out to the homeowners who’ve been so devastated by this disaster, said Pastor Bill Meyer, Senior Pastor at SonRise Community Church “We want to them to know that God loves them and He hasn’t forgotten them. We’re here to remind them of that.”