Area Residents Head to New Jersey to Help, Again
Kristen Renick and Jeanette Middleton Sudano are recruiting volunteers to provide additional assistance to those impacted by Superstorm Sandy on Saturday.
After a week of collecting supplies for victims of Superstorm Sandy, and a day trip to help clean up—two Severna Forest residents are heading back to New Jersey once again. And they need your help.
Jeanette Middleton Sudano said the supplies that were taken to Highlands, NJ, on Nov. 10 went directly to those in need. And the cleanup efforts on Nov. 17 were a great help. However, the Highlands community has called on her and Kristen Renick again and the pair is organizing another relief effort.
“The clean up situation and daily routine the community faces continues to be enormous,” Middleton Sudano said. “They called and we are going back.”
Middleton Sudano said Bowens Bus Service donated a 44-passenger van and now all they need are volunteers willing to help.
“People are needed to help clean the streets, clean out houses, unload deliveries, organize the pantry, and sort and fold clothes,” Middleton Sudano said.
The bus will leave from Severna Park High School at 6:30 a.m. on Saturday and will return around 10 or 10:30 p.m.
Anyone planning to go should wear warm clothes since the majority of the work will be done outside. They should also bring work gloves, and work boots.
If you would like to participate in the endeavor, please email Jeanette Middleton Sudano at email@example.com.
- Severna Forest Resident Aids Sandy Victims
- UPDATE: Severna Forest Resident Aids Sandy Victims
- NJ Shelter Cheers for Severna Park Donations
Let Patch save you time. Get great local stories delivered right to your inbox or smartphone everyday with our free newsletter. Simple, fast sign-up here.