Stevens Institute of Technology is honored to partner with the Hoboken Historical Museum to commemorate the compassion, heroism and service of the Hoboken community in response to Superstorm Sandy. Stories submitted through our site may become part of the Hoboken Historical Museum’s exhibit also entitled, Hoboken: One Year after Sandy Lessons Learned about Preparedness, Resiliency, and Community, to open on Saturday, October 26, 2013.
The Hoboken Historical Museum is a pillar of this community and provides various services to its residents, including a counseling program made possible through a generous grant from the United Way. The Sandy Community Outreach program is open to any families and individuals in the community to provide guidance to resources and services from counseling for children, to disaster preparedness for the future.
In addition to scheduling appointments with the licensed Disaster Relief Crisis Counselor, Dawn Donnelly, in the Museum, the program will be offered through various local groups and facilities to reach out to those most in need. For more details, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 201-656-2240.
“The Hoboken Historical Museum is pleased to be collaborating with Stevens Institute of Technology on a comprehensive examination of how our City was affected by Superstorm Sandy,” said Bob Foster, Executive Director, “and we can all help to make our community stronger through sharing our experiences.”
To learn more about the museum, please visit www.hobokenmuseum.org.