3 Sussex County Locations Hosting Hurricane Harvey Victim Supply Drives

Dated: 09/05/2017

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So you want to lend a hand to Hurricane Harvey victims who lost their homes, but feel befuddled by the huge amount of donation websites? Team Nest Builder recommends donating supplies locally at one of these three Sussex County locations:


YOU can help Hurricane Harvey victims who've lost their homes.

The Lafayette School

178 Beaver Run Road, Lafayette

Tuesday, September 5th through Friday, September 8th, drop off contributions of backpacks and classroom supplies (folders, notebooks, pencils, crayons and glue sticks) from 8am to 4pm.


Netcong Police Department

19 Maple Ave, Netcong

Accepting donation drop-offs between 8am and 4:30pm


Christian Faith Fellowship Church

3188 Route 94, Franklin

Anytime through September 13th, donate new/unopened bottled water, non-perishable foods, diapers, baby formula, cat/dog food, kitty litter, rain gear, clothing tarps, work gloves, rubber gloves, medical supplies, paper towels, blankets, boots, personal hygiene supplies, flashlights, batteries, trash bags, tools, generators, new gas cans and tools. Please drop off donations in boxes.

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