Money being collected for Atlantic Cape students impacted by Sandy

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The Atlantic Cape Community College Foundation has established the Sandy Relief Fund for Atlantic Cape Students to collect emergency funds for Atlantic Cape Community College students affected by Hurricane Sandy.

More than 1,900 Atlantic Cape students live on the barrier island communities assaulted by the storm Oct. 29. according to a press release.

Students are now returning to wrecked homes and vehicles, and destroyed computer equipment, school supplies and textbooks.

The Sandy Relief Fund for Atlantic Cape Students will provide assistance for students who need to replace books, computer equipment, clothing and food, and to cover commuting costs and other necessities.

“The Atlantic Cape Community College Foundation is grateful to all who can help our students who have been impacted by Hurricane Sandy,” said Diane McKoy of Mays Landing, Atlantic Cape Foundation president.

To make a donation to the Sandy Relief Fund for Atlantic Cape Students, see www.atlantic.edu/relief or send a check payable to the Atlantic Cape Community College Foundation to: Sandy Relief Fund for Atlantic Cape Students, Atlantic Cape Community College Foundation, 341 Court House-South Dennis Road, Cape May Court House, NJ 08210-1972.

For additional information, contact Dr. Patricia Gentile, executive director, Atlantic Cape Foundation, at 463-4507 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


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