Since 1994, Coastal Habitat For Humanity has changed the lives of hundreds of families in Monmouth County cities and towns. For example, the organization has completed 18 single-family home construction projects, repaired over 40 homes impacted by Superstorm Sandy, and renovated 190 homes through the Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative...

The Coastal Habitat For Humanity is a wonderful Jersey Shore organization, and now we have the opportunity to help them...

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There are two events at the Coastal Habitat for Humanity ReStore on Saturday, November 6th in Asbury Park.

Between 10:00 am and 3:00 pm., you can check out some of Asbury Park's amazing local artists and get a jump start on your holiday shopping. The Coastal Acoustic Music Players will be playing from Noon - 2 pm. Local Asbury Park artist markets are impressive and definitely worth checking out.

In addition, the Coastal Habitat for Humanity Restore will be hosting a Love Your Neighbor Food Drive. Staff and volunteers will be collecting holiday foods such as canned yams, vegetables, gravy, cranberry, boxed mashed potatoes, stuffing, boxed cornbread mix, etc. and gift cards to local grocery stores are also welcome,  additionally, you can donate non-perishable items such as canned foods, dry pasta, cereal, granola bars, juice boxes, peanut butter, jelly, canned tuna or chicken, etc.

Coastal Habitat for Humanity along with their collaborative community partner, the Community Affairs and Resource Center, have distributed bags of food to over 225 local families since May of 2020. Local supporters of all ages come out to volunteer, donate, sort, and deliver food to families and together we make a difference!

When they deliver bags, a family is not only provided with food but feels loved and supported in a time of need. Coastal Habitat for Humanity continues to support this great community in any way we can.

Donations will be accepted outside the Coastal Habitat for Humanity ReStore located at 1105 Memorial Drive between 3rd & 4th Avenues in Asbury Park.

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For more information about Coastal Habitat for Humanity programs, the Asbury Park ReStore or to become a volunteer please reach out to Kim Sambade, Director of Development & Volunteer Services via email at ksambade@coastalhabitat.org or by phone at 732-898-4094.

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