ACCA Disaster Relief Fund Aids New Jersey & New York ACCA Members

Information provided by Bobby Ring (President/CEO of Meyer & Depew)


As you know, Hurricane Sandy slammed New Jersey and New York late last month. Last week I traveled to meet with several contractor members in areas of New Jersey and New York that were devastated. Several of the employees of these members LOST EVERYTHING – their homes were destroyed and all of their possessions were lost. Members also reported having storm surge in their shops and offices from 4 feet to more than 8 feet. Computer systems, plasma cutters and inventory were all destroyed. Initial FEMA estimates show that more than 72,000 businesses and homes were battered by the storm in New Jersey alone.


The purpose of my visit to these contractors last week was to distribute financial assistance from the ACCA Disaster Relief Fund. This fund was established following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina and it depends upon folks like you to help keep it going.


If you had a great year and were spared the wrath of a natural disaster (we had a hurricane, minor eartth quake and a Nor’easter 12″ snow storm all within 10 days in NJ/NY) then I’ll hope you’ll consider making a non-tax deductible donation to ACCA’s Disaster Relief Fund so ACCA can continue to provide assistance to ACCA members and their employees.
Follow the link below to make your contribution today. THANK YOU.


Donate Now!


By making a non-tax deductible donation to ACCA’s Disaster Relief Fund, you are helping ACCA provide assistance to ACCA member contractors who have been significantly impacted by natural disasters.


Jackson Systems is proud to be an ACCA Corporate Partner. Thank you to ACCA for their efforts to help. At Jackson Systems, giving back to others is a huge part of who we are. So we ask you to join us and encourage everyone to help make a difference.

Updated: November 30, 2012 — 1:14 pm

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