June 30, 2006
Jones Estate Cleanouts donated a dining room set, a large bedroom set, a new 3-foot stainless steel refrigerator, several handicap walkers, lamps, and more to Operation Katrina Relocation on June 30, 2006, to benefit families that continue to relocate to Morris County from the Gulf Coast following Hurricane Katrina. Owners Dave and Tammy Jones were introduced to Operation Katrina Relocation through the Kiwanis Club of Mount Olive, of which both are members. After Hurricane Katrina the Joneses made several related donations including furniture, clothing, and transportation services.
Pictured from left to right: Beth Vecchio of Operation Katrina Relocation, Tammy Jones of Jones Estate Cleanouts
Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time. To volunteer, to donate, or for more information, visit the Kiwanis Club of Mount Olive at www.mtolivekiwanis.org or call Club President Brian Siegelwax at 973-426-9993 x11.
Operation Katrina Relocation is a grassroots organization of volunteers working closely with county aid agencies. Its goal is to relocate 20 families to Morris County and provide them with what they’ll need to re-build their lives: housing, employment, medical services and more. For information visit www.ndmckatrina.com or call 973-539-3032 x562.
Jones Estate Cleanouts provides complete estate cleanout services, including pickups and partial cleanout services. The company also purchases furniture, antiques, and collectibles. For information on Jones Estate Cleanouts, visit www.jonesestatecleanouts.com or call 973-347-1725.