Princeton Businesses Join Forces to Aid Victims of Hurricane Sandy

In an effort to aid the victims of Hurricane Sandy, especially people at the New Jersey shore, Princeton business owners are hosting a Hurricane Sandy relief drive tomorrow.

A percentage of sales at more than two dozen businesses in Princeton will be donated to New Jersey coastal community relief efforts and the American Red Cross. Princeton area restaurants, banks, markets, retailers and more are taking part in the fundraising project.

“Our hearts continue to go out to those affected by this destructive storm,” said Jack Morrison, President, JM Group, who is spearheading the drive. “We will be working with charitable organizations in the New Jersey areas that were hit the hardest, donating funds to help rebuild these impacted communities. I am so proud to be part of such a giving group of businesses such as these.”

For further information about participating businesses , visit If you don’t have the opportunity to participate Tuesday by visiting a local Princeton business, you can still donate online.