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03 May 2017


Simply put, Robert is the kind of man who takes care of others. As a young man, he joined the United States Marine Corps in order to serve his country.  Now at retirement age, he and his wife Marie are at the heart of the family living in this multigenerational household.  Two adult children and a grandchild live in the home.  And caring for his ailing father and aunt often seems like a full-time job.  Trying to rebuild their home has, at times, felt impossible, BUT Robert has not given up.  So many are relying on him to pull the family through this disaster.  If sheer will and love for his family could rebuild his house, Robert would have been done as soon as he started.  But after gathering every possible resource, Robert still finds his family $25,000 short to complete the needed work.

Please consider helping Robert, who only ever thinks of ways to help others. Click here to donate today.

15 Feb 2017

Frank and Carla

Frank and Carla were required to elevate their property, but, due to disabilities, both are finding it extremely difficult to access their home. Frank sustained injuries during his career as an Atlantic City Police Officer and Army Veteran while his wife, Carla, is beginning to lose her sight. They just had their final inspection and are no longer part of the RREM program. But they still require a wheelchair lift. This lift, which costs $22,000, is necessary for Frank and Carla to remain functionally independent.

23% of households we assist have at least one veteran. Please donate today so we can continue helping people like Frank and Carla.

23 Jul 2016


George, a disabled senior citizen from Lavallette, lost all of his belongings when Superstorm Sandy substantially damaged his home in 2012. Unfortunately, initial attempts to rebuild were stalled when a contractor fraudulently took $36,000 from George and never did any work. This contractor was eventually convicted but passed away before restitution could be made. Luckily, George was able to obtain a new contractor and some additional funding through the efforts of the non-profit community. He will finally be able to move back home, towards the end of June. Now George needs $3,000 for home furnishings to be completely recovered from Superstorm Sandy.

Donate today so we can continue to help people like George!