On Thursday, October 7, the Gloucester County Board of Commissioners accepted a donation on behalf of the United Way of Gloucester County for the Tornado Relief Fund.
White Oaks Country Club raised $2,500 dollars for the United Way of Gloucester County’s Tornado Relief Fund fundraiser. The funds will directly benefit families affected by the September 1 Tornado that affected Harrison Twp., Deptford, Mantua, Woodbury, Deptford and Wenonah.
“We continue to see our residents step up to assist others in need. White Oak’s Country Club donating to the Relief Fund is a great example of how much our businesses in the County care about our residents and the future of the county,” said Commissioner Director Robert M. Damminger.
“We are very thankful to the White Oak’s Country Club and all residents and businesses who have lent support to the Relief Fund and direct support to affected residents,” said Director Damminger.
To donate to the Gloucester County Disaster Relief Fund visit:https://secure.givelively.org/donate/united-way-of-gloucester-county/gloucester-county-disaster-relief-fund?fbclid=IwAR3-0Ex01DLXgH1ZSCILMSdDc9t1cqEWhopP6W0cdWqjJiaicqptv6Sz95A
Pictured from right to left: Ryan Colonge, Deputy Director Frank J. DiMarco, Mitchell Primas, Chad Cerino, Director Robert M. Damminger, Commissioner Jim Jefferson.