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South Mountain Donation Drive For Sandy Victims

The South Mountain Elementary School and South Mountain Civic Association lend a hand to those hit by superstorm Sandy.

The South Mountain Civic Association partnered up with the South Mountain School's effort this week to help collect supplies for the Red Cross.

Principal Scott Wolfe and the PTO are rallying families to contribute supplies for a South Mountain School Cares donation drive for those hit by superstorm Sandy by Wednesday Nov. 21. 

Supplies will go to Red Cross in Middletown for distrubutuion throughout the state. 

Collections by grade level:

  • Pre-K: Diapers
  • Kindergarten: Diapers
  • 1st Grade: Baby Supplies - including formula (non clothing)
  • 2nd Grade: Blankets
  • 3rd Grade: (new) Socks and Underwear
  • 4th Grade: Toiletries (toothpaste, toothbrushes, soap, shaving materials, etc.)
  • 5th Grade: Water

"In speaking of help, many of your children, as well as the staff here at SMS, have been asking what else can be done to help out those who still are without power, and even homes, in New Jersey," Wolfe said in an email to the community. "Mr. Mongon and Mrs. Kirk did the research, and found that the hardest hit area of New Jersey, the shore, requires the greatest assistance.  This area is certainly dear to many of us.  We all vacation there, our students go their on field trips, staff and parents have homes there, and it is simply a part of the fabric of who we are as New Jerseyans."

If you would like to lend a hand by volunteering to help with donation intake anytime through next Wednesday, please email southmountainresidents@gmail.com with availability.


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