Bucks has not forgotten the victims of Sandy
homes as a result of the Hurricane.”
“We are overwhelmed with the generosity of the community as many of the local businesses and musicians have donated their services and pledged their support to help us reach our goal of raising A10,000 to donate to New Jersey Hometown Heroes,” said Newtown resident Sharon Joyce, “Bucks for
NEWTOWN - “One person really can make a difference” is the motto followed by a group of families from Bucks County who were personally touched by the devastation left behind by Hurricane Sandy and were tired of feeling helpless.
They are taking that motto and putting words into action, moving forward with SOans fRr WhH firsW annuaO “Bucks for Beaches” fundraiser - an attempt to show the victims of Hurricane Sandy that they have not been forgotten.
“Bucks for Beaches” will be held at LaSalla Restaurant in Newtown on Sunday, Feb. 10 from 12 to 4 p.m. Tickets are A25 each and can be purchased at La Stalla Restaurant with 100 percent of the proceeds raised through WLFNHW saOHs and rafflH Easkets donated to New Jersey Hometown Heroes and its effort to help the residents most seriously impacted by Sandy.
“Hometown Heroes is so appreciative for fundraising efforts such as ‘Bucks for Beaches’ as there are still thousands of families displaced by the destruction left behind by Hurricane Sandy,” said Mike Schwartz, founder of Hometown Heroes. “Bucks for Beaches will assist us with our mission to provide immediate relief and necessities to the neediest of families that may have lost all their possessions and Beaches” chairperson. “We are especially thankful that La Stalla has offered to donate the use of its restaurant to host the event as well as provide all of the food at no cost.”
Tickets to attend “Bucks for Beaches” can be purchased at La Stalla Restaurant in Newtown with additional donations to “Bucks for Beaches” made directly at www.njhometownheroes. org.
Hometown Heroes’ main purpose is to foster an environment of goodwill, generosity, and encouragement by supporting local communities when unexpected needs arise during a crisis without discrimination towards an individual’s ethnicity, gender, and age.
Aerial views of the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy to the New Jersey coast taken during a search and rescue mission by 1-150 Assault Helicopter Battalion, New Jersey Army National Guard, Oct. 30, 2012. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Mark C....