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(Thorofare) – The United Way of Gloucester County continues to work with local nonprofit agencies such as the South Jersey Dream Center to support disaster relief efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida.
Along with the Gloucester County Office of Emergency Management, the United Way of Gloucester County is committed to helping the community rebuild.
“Our community responded quickly to help in a time of crisis, demonstrating the strength of Gloucester County,” said Michael Gower, Executive Director of the United Way of Gloucester County. “We still have a long way to go to fully recover from the damage our area endured.”
If you, or someone you know is in need of assistance or supplies such as cleaning products, toiletries, bottled water, baby items and/or other daily essentials, please fill out this request form.
To request specific sizes or items, use the “Comments” section to request items not listed on the form.
“I truly have seen how caring and generous our community is,” said Jennifer Long, Director of Community Engagement at the United Way of Gloucester County. “Gloucester County residents have gone above and beyond to help their neighbors in need.”
The Disaster Relief Fund was created by the United Way of Gloucester County to help area residents recover from the damages sustained from high winds and tornadoes from Hurricane Ida.
For more information, or to donate to the Disaster Relief Fund, go to United Way of Gloucester County.
To contact the United Way of Gloucester County, call 856-845-4303