IN THE NEWS: Fuller Center's work in spotlight on 1-year anniversary of Sandy

IN THE NEWS: Fuller Center's work in spotlight on 1-year anniversary of Sandy

(NBC-40, Press of Atlantic City) On the 1-year anniversary of the day SuperStorm Sandy struck the Jersey Shore, media outlets are taking a look at those residents still recovering from the damage and the organizations who continue to help them — such as The Fuller Center for Housing — a year after the spotlight on the disaster has faded. Fuller Center in the New Jersey Pines Executive Director Neil Brown was interviewed for this extensive article by the Press of Atlantic City about the long-term recovery efforts in Atlantic County. He also is featured in this video report from NBC-40, which covers news in South Jersey.

Groups or churches looking for a meaningful way to help those still affected by Sandy in New Jersey can help by making a U.S. Builders trip with The Fuller Center for Housing. Click here to see the Fuller Center partners that host teams — including in Atlantic City and Atlantic County.

Chris Johnson
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Chris Johnson is the Director of Communications for The Fuller Center for Housing, a multi-award-winning columnist for the Columbus (Ga.) Ledger-Enquirer and author of 4 books.

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