Shore Aid Middlesex County, NJ $25,000 Shore Aid was established to help low-income families who were displaced by Hurricane Sandy in several communities, including Old Bridge and South Amboy. This grant will go toward home repairs and replacement furnishings for houses damaged in those towns.Tri-City Peoples Corporation Essex County, NJ $35,000 Tri-City is a community development corporation with a small construction staff serving parts of Newark, Irvington, and East Orange. Many of their clients are elderly homeowners whose residences sustained damage but did not render them uninhabitable. Because these homeowners live on a low fixed income, they do not have the cash to fund the portion of repairs not covered by their insurance. This grant will allow Tri-City to complete those repairs that hover near the threshold of their deductible.
Robin Hood Announces $9.59 Million In Latest Round Of Hurricane Sandy Relief Grants; Includes $5.275 Million For Housing Support
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