The Mosinee Area Action Club (MAAC) thanks YOU for your assistance in helping the victims of Hurricane Sandy. With your help, our community can make a difference....
The goal: To fill a 53 foot semi-trailer with disaster relief supplies and send it on its way to New Jersey by Sunday, November 18.
Central Wisconsin donations are being transported to the Community Food Bank of New Jersey (CFBNJ) a subsidiary of
Feeding America. This site supplies the needs of 17 food pantries in some of the most devastated areas of New Jersey. In addition, the Lions Club International is providing on site support in New Jersey. Roehl Transport of Marshfield has generously provided a semi truck and trailer to transport the supplies to the food bank.
Cash donations may be sent to:
MAAC Hurricane Sandy relief fund
P.O. Box 122
Mosinee, WI 54455
Recorded information about the project is available at 715-693-3833. (Provided by TDS Telecom). A voice message may be left on the telephone auto-attendant if you need further information.
Canned vegetable, canned meats, peanut butter, packaged meals that do not require refrigeration, spaghetti sauce, Mac and cheese
Diapers, formula, lotion, baby wipes, blankets and hats
Disaster Cleaning Supplies:
Bleach, liquid dish soap, liquid laundry soap, heavy duty garbage bags, household cleaners, sponges, scouring pads and scrub brush, household cleaning gloves
Blankets and Bedding:
New blankets, sheets, pillow cases
Personal Care Items:
Soap, shampoo, toothbrush and paste, shaving supplies, deodorant, aspirin/Tylenol, work gloves
DROP OFF LOCATIONS:
Kafka Granite Company at 550 East Hwy. 153, Mosinee, WI 54455
Burnett Transit, 556 Beaver Rd, Mosinee, WI 54455
Kronenwetter Municipal Center, 1582 Kronenwetter Dr, Kronenwetter WI
Mount View Mobile, 2100 North Mountain Rd, Exit 190, Rib Mountain WI
Recorded information about the project is available at 715-693-3833
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HURRICANE SANDY DISASTER RELIEF EFFORTS
A Huge Thank you to all those that supported this project!
Hello Everybody THANK YOU SO MUCH!
The truck is at the food bank and is being unloaded! Hey, folks you have done the deal!!!!
Roehl's driver Dan the big furry Cap man called to say he had weighed the load and there is more than 36,100 pounds of material on his rig. That will feed a lot of kids and clean many a kitchen. Thanks again.