Each and everyone of us have gone through something drastic that may have changed our life. Our friends in Ewing have faced a destruction that has disconnected themselves from comfort. March 5th, Ewing Township had an explosion damaging as many as 55 houses. Some are left homeless. What if that were your house or your family? As united people we need to stand up and help our friends. The meaning of help is to make it easier or possible for somebody to do something that one person cannot do alone by providing assistance. You don’t need to spend all of your energy and money to help, caring can ease their pain. These families have lost a lot during this travesty and your donations will help and restore this community. We don’t ask for much but to come together and donate today. See our Donations for Ewing page on how you can help.
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