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Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund Set up at VNA Health Group

VNA Health Group has established a Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund to provide assistance for their many patients and employees who have experienced catastrophic losses from the storm.

Visiting Nurse Association Health Group, New Jersey’s leading non profit provider of home health, hospice and community based care providing services to 4,000 people every day throughout the State has established a Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund to provide assistance for their many patients and employees who have experienced catastrophic losses from the storm. Despite the challenges of power outages and road obstructions, VNA Health Group nurses, therapists, aides and employees have been travelling to homes, staffing area shelters and providing critical health care services to fragile newborns, disabled, frail elderly, chronically and terminally ill patients and others in need in the aftermath of the Storm.

 

All contributions are tax-deductible and will be used to directly assist those in need.

 

To make a gift,  you can do the following:

  1. Visit our website www.vnahg.org , click on the DONATE NOW buttons and indicate “HURRICANE RELIEF FUND” in the comment section.
  2. Call 800-862-3330 and ask for the Foundation or dial direct 732-224-6780 and we can accept a contribution over the phone by credit card.
  3. Mail your contribution to VNA Health Group, 176 Riverside Avenue, Red Bank, NJ 07701 Attn: Foundation Office.

 

If you have any questions or need more information, please contact the Foundation Office by phone at 732-224-6780 or email foundation@vnahg.org.

 

Thank you in advance for your generosity and support. Your contributions will make a tremendous difference in the lives of many.

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