|End of Year Giving Campaign|
Feeling thankful that your home survived Hurricane Sandy?
Hurricane Sandy was very devastating to our state this year. Many homeowners lost all of their possessions. Family memories were washed away with the floodwaters. Can you imagine what would happen if you were living outdoors during the storm? What would happen if your emergency housing became flooded and you are left abandoned once again? Can you imagine living in your car during the storm and having to leave it because it was flooded? This is the case with many of our homeless neighbors.
Then, there are those who were on the verge of becoming homeless are now homeless. The proverbial bottom fell out for this vulnerable population.
Within the State of New Jersey there are approximately 29,011 homeless men, women, and children living in emergency shelters, transitional housing, on the streets and other places not fit for human habitation.
You can make a difference in the lives of our most vulnerable population – the homeless, by helping New Jersey's homeless with a end of year donation now. Now, more than ever, we know that any of us could be homeless with just a little bad luck. But with your tax-deductible donation, the NJ Coalition to End Homelessness can fund and advocate statewide for emergency and permanent solutions for the tens of thousands of NJ men, women and children who have no home this winter.
As we approach the year's end and are deciding where to donate we ask that you support the Coalition and its mission to end homelessness across the state of New Jersey.
To make your year-end donation click on the link below:
Tonya R. Bryan