New Jersey

In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, many residents of New Jersey are in great need of volunteer assistance to restore and rebuild their homes. In the months since Sandy, many homes that sustained substantial water damage have become infested with mold. The dangers of mold are significant for those living in and around it. HHDR has trained and certified local volunteers to provide free mold remediation services to those impacted by this disaster. When mold remediation has been completed, homeowners are provided with a three year warrantee for the services provided. In addition, HHDR strives to accomplish the following within the communities we serve:

  • To provide NJ residents with a free resource for proper mold remediation
  • To provide displaced residents with free temporary shelter with Charlie’s House
  • To assist in final stages of disaster recovery via Operation Headed Home, a new home repair initiative
  • To educate and bring awareness about mold exposure and the need for proper mold remediation in the aftermath of a disaster
  • To recruit and train a network of volunteers who will become certified mold remediators
  • To provide volunteers with the equipment and materials necessary to properly remediate mold from residential dwellings
  • To raise awareness for the continuing needs of those impacted by Superstorm Sandy in New Jersey
  • To inspire a new generation of volunteers to be active participants in the recovery of their communities

Hearts & Hands Disaster Recovery cannot provide this much needed service to the residents of NJ without the support of our donors. Please donate today so that we may continue this great work.