NJ foundation, volunteers help flood victims in Passaic County

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LITTLE FALLS -

One charity is putting forward a big effort to help the some of the victims devastated by last weekend's flooding in Passaic County.

It has been about a week since the devastating flooding in Little Falls and Woodland Park where 400 homes were flooded.

Volunteers from the international "WeLoveU Foundation" will be heading to Little Falls today, bringing supplies need to help residents rebuild their homes.

Jessica LoGreco of the WeLoveU Foundation says they will be doing demolition work and removing debris from damaged homes.

Around 130 volunteers showed up to help out.

The foundation will also be donating boxes of socks and blankets to a drive the town is hosting.

Town officials say they will be working with the state and have a forum on Wednesday to help homeowners recover from the flooding.

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