I would like to thank everyone for their help with the Hurricane Sandy Collection. Many Pine Glen families, teachers, and friends donated to this great cause. My father came today and filled his pick up truck with all of the donations. Unfortunately I will not be able to make the trip to New Jersey with him due to a schedule change but he will be heading down with some other volunteers. Thanks again for making this a success!
Friday, November 16, 2012
we decided that it would be really kind to help the people who live in the
areas that were hit hardest by Hurricane Sandy.
The Pine Glen Community is collecting items such as non-perishable
foods, new blankets, new linens, new clothing, toiletries, cleaning supplies,
etc. in the lobby area of Pine
until Wednesday, November 21st.
All the students at Pine Glen are excited to help and are extremely
empathetic to the struggles people continue to endure on a daily basis. In addition to donating needed supplies my
class has written ideas on how you can help.
Please consider joining the efforts of the Pine Glen Community by
donating to this worthy cause to help our fellow Americans who have experienced
such devastation. Pine
Here are the ideas that the amazing children in 210 thought of to help the people of
- You can help the people who don’t have anything by giving them pillows and blankets -Grace
- You can give them food so that they can stay healthy and alive – Hannah
- I will give them some yummy food – Joseph D
- One way you can help is you can donate warm shirts and pants – Thomas
- You can give those people very warm velvet clothes – Seema
- You could donate socks to keep their feet warm – AJ
- We could donate money for the people who don’t have money – Jack
- I think we should send letters and make something they would like – Shreya
- You could give them money to build a home – Connor
- You could help by giving them new clothes to wear – Liam
- You could give them some food like cans of soup – Lera
- You can help by giving them non-perishable food – Caitlyn
- We can donate stuff for babies – Layla
- You can give them scarves to keep them warm – Joe C
- You can donate shoes to the people who don’t have shoes – Cecelia
- I will donate hats that will keep their heads warm and gloves to keep their hands warm -Tristan
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
• dry milk
• baked beans and other non perishable food items
• bleach and other cleaning supplies
• dish washing detergent (small sizes)
• baby wash
• laundry detergent (32 oz)
• new blankets and linens
• new clothing
* They are also in need of plastic tubs with lids to pack things in.
Monetary donations in the form of checks can be made payable to OCNJ Care. Please place any checks in an envelope and address the front to Krystel Anderson (Gr. 2).
For more information regarding the cleanup efforts and needs in this area visit: www.facebook.com/OCNJCARE