Steve Friedman

Almost Three Years Later,
Jewish Groups Still Helping

Nearly three years after Hurricane Sandy devastated coastal communities throughout the mid-Atlantic region, there are still thousands of families waiting to return home. To shed light on the issue, two Jewish volunteer organizations accepted a weekend-long challenge from Jersey Shore Volunteers. Click here to read

Jersey Shore Volunteers Bring Hope through Storytelling

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 9, 2015 For more information, contact: Steve Friedman jerseyshorevolunteers@gmail.com GAITHERSBURG, MD – As the third anniversary of Hurricane Sandy approaches, Jersey Shore Volunteers (JSV) is working hard to raise awareness of the ongoing need for volunteers to help rebuild Jersey Shore homes and businesses. Thousands of families are still unable to…

MCLTRG Partners with TravelTelevision in Media-Driven Volunteer Recuitment

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                    February 3, 2015 Contact: Liz Shouvlin Monmouth County Long-Term Recovery Group 848-206-2554 LShouvlin@MCLTRG.org http://hub.mcltrg.org MCLTRG Partners with TravelTelevision in Media-Driven Volunteer Recuitment Outcomes will be used as model for future use The Monmouth County Long-Term Recovery Group (MCLTRG), a nonprofit that helps with Sandy recovery, is now partnering with TravelTelevision, a Maryland-based…

TravelTelevision Offers Free Trip for Volunteers to Rebuild Jersey Shore

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For further information contact: Steve Friedman Media@traveltelevision.org 301-294-2211 GAITHERSBURG, MD –TravelTelevision is launching an exciting contest to help rebuild the Jersey Shore and end displacement caused by Hurricane Sandy. The 12-week contest, the Jersey Shore Volunteer Challenge, will be highlighted in a reality TV show. Four teams of ten contestants each will…

Smith Consulting Fellows to Join Jersey Shore Restoration Effort

A team of students in the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business will serve as consultants for a call-to-action campaign as part of continuing efforts to restore New Jersey shore communities still affected by Superstorm Sandy. Smith School undergraduates, representing the new Smith Consulting Fellows program, will collaborate with Maryland-based Humanity TV…

North Potomac man gathers volunteers to rebuild Jersey shore

From Gazette.net, by Jenn Davis, Staff Writer It’s been two years since Superstorm Sandy battered New Jersey beaches and brought catastrophic flooding to many of the shore towns lining its coast. On the surface, life in the Garden State has gone back to normal. Beaches are open. Debris has been cleared. Storm shelters are closed.…