Englewood's Hurricane Katrina Relief Efforts

"As our Nation faces the challenges of helping those in need, I am pleased that six (6) of Englewood's bravest from our Fire Department have been deployed to the Gulf Coast States. As displaced families find homes in our community, we will be providing for their needs. Several have already enjoyed the support of our citizens and we expect more to follow."

                                                                           -MAYOR MICHAEL WILDES

 

How You Can Help:

BLOOD DRIVE:

The blood collection inventory and distribution network of the American Red Cross has been severely interrupted by Hurricane Katrina. Having hosted blood drives in the past, I was approached by the American Red Cross to organize a blood drive that was held on Sunday, October 2, 2005.

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BENEFIT CONCERTS:

Englewood's bergenPAC Huricane Katrina Victims Concert

Gulf Coast Benefit Concert by "Four Ladies of Englewood & Mark Gross"

COLLECTION DRIVES:

Young Judaea Event

Englewood Fire Department Efforts

Englewood Clothing Drive

Mayor Pledges Support to the NAACP & Victims of Hurricane Katrina

Little by Little, New Jerseyans Help Katrina's Displaced

SUPPORT FROM ENGLEWOOD'S SCHOOLS:

Mayor Host's "Englewood Kids for Katrina Relief"

Dwight-Englewood School Aids Victims

RELOCATED RESIDENTS FROM HURRICANE KATRINA:

Family from Lakeview - New Orleans Relocates to Englewood

Katrina Victim Relocated to Englewood

LOCAL SUPPORT:

Operation Home Delivery

Kesher Katrina Support

Assistance from Youth of East Hill Synagogue

Bergen Family Center Assistance for Katrina

UJA Hurricane Relief

Lemonade Stand in Support of Victims of Hurricane Katrina

To Learn More About How You Can Help:

The American Red Cross

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

Habitat for Humanity

Relief Organizations

 

 

 

Paid for by Friends of Michael J. Wildes, Claudia Colbert, Treasurer