New Jersey Shore Nonprofit Distributes $300,000 To Residents In Need

Sea Bright Rising announced that they have reached over 6,000 Likes on Facebook, have assisted 75 families and have distributed approximately $300,000 to New Jersey residents in need.

The Monmouth County shore nonprofit was recently featured in the Asbury Park Press; Sea Bright Rising and Highlands’ Hope for Highlands groups collaborated with UNIQLO, a global Japanese retail holding company, to hand out hundreds of new winter coats to Hurricane Sandy victims from Highlands, Sea Bright, Union Beach, Keansburg and Belford. Distribution took place in the parking lot of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church at 141 Miller St., Highlands. (via Gina Columbus/The Asbury Park Press)

A video that Charlotte Nagy did for rock band Train’s rendition of John Lennon’s “Imagine” is now on iTunes and all proceeds go to Sea Bright Rising. The Grammy-winning band’s December concert at the Sea Bright Firehouse raised awareness for the nonprofit. You can donate to Sea Bright Rising on their official website

Sea Bright Rising is a nonprofit organization devoted to the relief of the needy and/or displaced and general recovery of the town of Sea Bright, New Jersey as a result of the devastation created by Hurricane Sandy in the Fall of 2012. Check out Sea Bright Rising on Facebook. Their mailing address is PO Box 6245, Fair Haven, New Jersey 07704

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