Post-Sandy Donations Still Very Much in Need, Says Community Food Bank [AUDIO]
It's been nearly three month since Hurricane Sandy struck the eastern seaboard. While recovery efforts are in full swing, the Community Food Bank of New Jersey wants to remind everyone that they continue to support victims of the superstorm, and donations are still very much in demand.
Speaking with SoJO 104.9's Heather DeLuca, Margie Barham, the Executive Director of the Southern branch of NJ's Community Food Bank, says Hurricane Sandy put a strain on the donation center's resources because it hit so close to the holiday season. But that the community, even youth groups, really stepped up to make sure the food bank remained able to help those in need.
Margie Barham of Community Food Bank of NJ tells SoJO what it was like at the time of Hurricane Sandy:
Margie Barham tells SoJO how proud she is of the community for their help, and why it's still so important to donate:
SoJO 104.9 presents singer/songwriter Andy Grammer in a special Restore the Shore Concert event Friday, January 18th at Revel Resorts to raise money for the Community Food Bank of Southern New Jersey. Tickets are just $10 for those 21 and over and available at Revel Box Office. All ticket proceeds will be donated to the CFB.