Princeton is a close-knit community with a history of unifying to help those in need. After the effects of Hurricane Sandy the Princeton business community has joined together in an effort to aid victims affected by the hurricane by creating the Princeton Hurricane Sandy Relief Drive. On Tuesday, November 20, everyone is invited to shop and dine locally at participating businesses in the Princeton area. Restaurants, banks, markets, retailers and other businesses in the Princeton area will take part in the fundraising project. A percentage of the sales will be donated to the New Jersey coastline local community relief efforts via local charities and the American Red Cross.
“Our hearts continue to go out to those affected by this destructive storm,” said Jack Morrison, President, JM Group, who is spearheading the drive. “We will be working with charitable organizations in the New Jersey areas that were hit the hardest, donating funds to help rebuild these impacted communities. I am so proud to be part of such a giving group of businesses such as these.”
Through the Princeton Hurricane Sandy Relief Drive, the Princeton community can make a difference in the lives of those who were affected by the hurricane. On Tuesday November 20th, take a stroll through Princeton businesses and take part in the drive to make a difference.
For more information please visit www.jmgroupprinceton.com and click on “Princeton’s Hurricane Sandy Relief Drive.” You can also find the drive on Facebook:
Also visit RestoreOurShore.com for the local Princeton area charity working on making a difference.