Nov. 23, 2012
-- Norwood, MA (November 23, 2012) – The Poli Mortgage Group recently donated $3,530 to AmeriCare to aid in the relief effort of Superstorm Sandy. This powerful storm slammed the east coast on October 29, leaving millions without electricity, their belongings and in some cases, their homes. The funds from Poli Mortgage Group are earmarked for the support of anyone suffering in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
Sandy blasted through the Northeast on October 29, 2012 devastating many areas of New York, New Jersey and left some damage in New England. Many were left without homes and worse, many were without insurance leaving them unable to rebound quickly.
Poli Mortgage Group chose to donate to AmeriCare with the understanding that 90% of their funds support their programs rather than administrative costs. AmeriCare delivers medicine and medical supplies to people in crisis around the world and is on the scene helping in the areas of the United States hardest hit.
“Our response builds on the experience of 30 years of providing swift, efficient and effective aid to people in times of catastrophe, and then helping survivors rebuild their lives,” www.americares.org
reads. “Your gift to the Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund will help to ensure we have the resources required to respond effectively to Superstorm Sandy with the medicines, medical supplies, and other humanitarian aid that people in crisis need,” AmeriCare writes.
“Poli Mortgage group feels strongly about helping whenever and wherever we can, no matter the reason,” CEO Chip Poli said. “Although Hurricane Sandy was not devastating in our own backyard, it affected so many families and people that in many ways it affected us all.”
“We believe in helping those in need to realize the dream of home ownership,” Poli said. “We also believe in helping those in the greatest need, due to circumstances beyond their control, to rebuild and reclaim their lives. If everyone donated just a small amount to the relief effort, people could get back on their feet much sooner.”
To learn more about AmeriCare and how to donate visit www.americare.org
and to learn more about Poli Mortgage visit www.polimortgage.com