Go Bay Head! provides relief for residents
Many people in the Bay Head area still need assistance in recovering from the damage done by Hurricane Sandy, and many local residents are wondering how they can help.
Go Bay Head!, the Mayor’s Wellness Campaign in the borough, has created a way for residents to volunteer, donate and, or, receive help from locals.
THOSE IN NEED
There are two main care sites set up in Bay Head for residents who may need food, shelter or supplies.
One center is located at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, 423 West Lake Ave. The other site is the Bay Head Recycling Center on Park Avenue.
Residents who may need any assistance will find help at either of these two sites.
As of Wednesday afternoon, members of Go Bay Head! were looking for the following items.
The Recycling Center is currently full with donations and supplies. Please call 1-347-2231 before purchasing any supplies or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Paul’s United Methodist Church is currently in need of salads for dinners, cooking greens such as peppers, onions, carrots, garlic, fresh herbs, potatoes and fresh fruit such as bananas and apples and yogurt.
Please call 1-609-432-2913 before purchasing items.
Those who wish to donate are asked to call the numbers above before purchasing and delivering items so they are not overstocked.
Security continues to be a significant concern. Local identification is required to enter town.
Those interested in volunteering, please call 732-806-1692 or can email email@example.com.