Sandy Repair

"How do you thank volunteers who have given up time – hundreds of hours - with their own families to help my family return to our home?" Vincent Durago, partner homeowner

Coastal Habitat's Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative teams are committed to repairing, restoring and rebuilding homes in Southern Monmouth County - from Manasquan north to Ocean Township. 

Below are highlights of Coastal Habitat's post-Superstorm Sandy impact from January 2013 to-date:

Rebuilding, making critical repairs, rehabing and / or performing weatherization and preservation projects on homes in 18 Jersey Shore communities from Manasquan north to Ocean Township including some of the hardest-hit areas such as Belmar, Shark River Hills and Manasquan

  • Making repairs that cost up to $100,000
  • Giving a "hand up" to members of the community including families, veterans, seniors, the disabled and single homeowners
  • Committed to a long-term restoration strategy
  • Planning to repair 200 homes over the next seven years
  • Partnered with local and federal officials as well as other area non-profits to identify homeowners and neighborhoods in need of assistance
  • Lobbying for Monmouth County by serving as co-chair of the Monmouth County Long-Term Recovery Group (now disbanded)
  • Leveraging the skills, time and energy of hundreds of volunteers from across the country donating thousands of hours to repair homes and hopefully lives

 

More about Coastal Habitat's community impact.

Coastal Habitat continues to need your volunteer energy and financial support.  Please help volunteers continue to make an impact.

“How do you thank volunteers who have given up time – hundreds of hours - with their own families to help my family return to our home?” Vincent Durago, partner homeowner

Coastal Habitat's Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative teams are committed to repairing, restoring and rebuilding homes in Southern Monmouth County - from Manasquan north to Ocean Township.  Below are highlights of Coastal Habitat's post-Superstorm Sandy impact from January 2013 to-date:

  • Scheduled to make critical repairs, rehab homes or perform weatherization and home preservation projects on more than 100 homes in 18 Jersey Shore communities from Manasquan north to Ocean Township including some of the hardest-hit areas such as Belmar, Shark River Hills and Manasquan
  • Making repairs that cost up to $100,000
  • Giving a “hand up” to more than 400 members of the community including families, veterans, seniors and single homeowners
  • Committed to a long-term restoration strategy, estimated by FEMA to take up to seven years
  • Planning to repair almost 700 homes over the next seven years
  • Partnered with local and federal officials as well as other area non-profits to identify homeowners and neighborhoods in need of assistance
  • Lobbying for Monmouth County by serving as co-chair of the Monmouth County Long-Term Recovery Group
  • Leveraging the skills, time and energy of hundreds of volunteers from across the country donating thousands of hours to repair homes and hopefully lives

Help for homeowner with Superstorm Sandy-related damage.  More about Coastal Habitat's community impact.

Coastal Habitat continues to need your volunteer energy and financial support.  Please help volunteers continue to make an impact.

- See more at: http://www.coastalhabitat.org/sandy#sthash.AG2eZRmo.dpu

“How do you thank volunteers who have given up time – hundreds of hours - with their own families to help my family return to our home?” Vincent Durago, partner homeowner

Coastal Habitat's Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative teams are committed to repairing, restoring and rebuilding homes in Southern Monmouth County - from Manasquan north to Ocean Township.  Below are highlights of Coastal Habitat's post-Superstorm Sandy impact from January 2013 to-date:

  • Scheduled to make critical repairs, rehab homes or perform weatherization and home preservation projects on more than 100 homes in 18 Jersey Shore communities from Manasquan north to Ocean Township including some of the hardest-hit areas such as Belmar, Shark River Hills and Manasquan
  • Making repairs that cost up to $100,000
  • Giving a “hand up” to more than 400 members of the community including families, veterans, seniors and single homeowners
  • Committed to a long-term restoration strategy, estimated by FEMA to take up to seven years
  • Planning to repair almost 700 homes over the next seven years
  • Partnered with local and federal officials as well as other area non-profits to identify homeowners and neighborhoods in need of assistance
  • Lobbying for Monmouth County by serving as co-chair of the Monmouth County Long-Term Recovery Group
  • Leveraging the skills, time and energy of hundreds of volunteers from across the country donating thousands of hours to repair homes and hopefully lives

Help for homeowner with Superstorm Sandy-related damage.  More about Coastal Habitat's community impact.

Coastal Habitat continues to need your volunteer energy and financial support.  Please help volunteers continue to make an impact.

- See more at: http://www.coastalhabitat.org/sandy#sthash.AG2eZRmo.dpuf

“How do you thank volunteers who have given up time – hundreds of hours - with their own families to help my family return to our home?” Vincent Durago, partner homeowner

Coastal Habitat's Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative teams are committed to repairing, restoring and rebuilding homes in Southern Monmouth County - from Manasquan north to Ocean Township.  Below are highlights of Coastal Habitat's post-Superstorm Sandy impact from January 2013 to-date:

  • Scheduled to make critical repairs, rehab homes or perform weatherization and home preservation projects on more than 100 homes in 18 Jersey Shore communities from Manasquan north to Ocean Township including some of the hardest-hit areas such as Belmar, Shark River Hills and Manasquan
  • Making repairs that cost up to $100,000
  • Giving a “hand up” to more than 400 members of the community including families, veterans, seniors and single homeowners
  • Committed to a long-term restoration strategy, estimated by FEMA to take up to seven years
  • Planning to repair almost 700 homes over the next seven years
  • Partnered with local and federal officials as well as other area non-profits to identify homeowners and neighborhoods in need of assistance
  • Lobbying for Monmouth County by serving as co-chair of the Monmouth County Long-Term Recovery Group
  • Leveraging the skills, time and energy of hundreds of volunteers from across the country donating thousands of hours to repair homes and hopefully lives

Help for homeowner with Superstorm Sandy-related damage.  More about Coastal Habitat's community impact.

Coastal Habitat continues to need your volunteer energy and financial support.  Please help volunteers continue to make an impact.

- See more at: http://www.coastalhabitat.org/sandy#sthash.AG2eZRmo.dpuf