Jersey Calling Benefit Concert Aids Storm Recovery, Keeping Focus on New Jersey

Jersey Calling concert series is proud to announce its first event, presented by 95.9 WRAT and The Aquarian. On Friday April 26th, Jersey Calling welcomes P.O.D., Static Summer, and specials guests to the Strand Theater in Lakewood NJ to benefit non-profit organization Helping Hands of New Jersey as they rebuilds storm-torn communities.


Jersey Calling was created to keep attention on New Jersey in these trying times, while raising money and awareness for the organizations that support their neighbors. As the nation moves on from recovery news stories in the months after hurricane Sandy, thousands of NJ residents still struggle to crawl from the wreckage. Jersey Calling sets out to make sure that New Jersey get the attention and help it needs to recover.


Helping Hands of New Jersey formed to assist NJ families in rebuilding their homes, who would otherwise be unable to, in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. All monetary donations are used to purchase building materials, while labor/services are donated and supplemented with volunteering.The organization also supplies NJ shelters with food, clothing, personal hygiene products, and other items. The group also conducts toy drives, collects home furniture, assists in animal rescue missions, and other recovery-related tasks. Helping Hands of New Jersey is just getting started, and will continue to operate after it fulfills the needs of storm victims in future times of need.


Jersey Calling featuring P.O.D. is all-ages, with doors at 6PM. Tickets start at $24 and are available for purchase through the Strand Theater’s box office at 732-830-5925 or their website


To learn more about Helping Hands of New Jersey, visit For more information about the Jersey Calling concert series, contact

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