Monmouth Habitat for Humanity receives $5K donation for work with Sandy victims

The Provident Foundation has given a Habitat for Humanity group working in Monmouth County with superstorm Sandy victims a huge boost. The organization donated $5,000

The Provident Foundation has given a Habitat for Humanity group working in Monmouth County with superstorm Sandy victims a huge boost.

The Provident Foundation has given a Habitat for Humanity group working in Monmouth County with superstorm Sandy victims a huge boost. (9/6/13)

KEANSBURG - The Provident Foundation has given a Habitat for Humanity group working in Monmouth County with superstorm Sandy victims a huge boost.

The organization donated $5,000 to its Sandy Critical Home Repair program, which focuses on the ongoing recovery for Sandy impacted homeowners.

The director of development for Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County says the money is critical, as many homes are still devastated.

Laura Lella-Smith says the program hopes to expand further and help more devastated homeowners.

Habitat for Humanity has been helping with recovery from storms since 1993.

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