How You Can HELP this Spring!

Neptune Giving Box – Jodry, 62 South Wall St., Neptune City – Bonnie Deroski

Fill up the Giving Box! Supplies always needed.

Drop off in person, or order and ship to address.

In need of: 

Cleaning Supplies (laundry detergent, dish soap, counter cleaners)

Feminine Products

Shampoo and Conditioner

Through –  April 25th – Associate Humane Societies – contact: Lorraine Carroll

Collecting blankets, towels and other dog supplies – Drop boxes located in the youth room at GCC.

Established in 1906 from humble beginnings in Newark, NJ, the Society has grown and expanded to include two other shelters in Tinton Falls and Forked River, which is also the location of Popcorn Park. Literally millions of pets, wildlife, farm and exotic animals have called us home since that time.  Some have stayed, many have been adopted, yet all have been taken under our wing with increasingly competent and compassionate care with each passing year.  We’re proud to still be serving the thousands of animals that need our help day after day, year after year.  Read on to learn more about our many services and programs.

April 17th – Clean Ocean Action 9:00 – 12:30 (Atlantic Highlands)

If you want to meet up with some Grace folks contact Lorraine Carroll

Come get some fresh air and clean our beautiful beaches! 

Open to everyone. Click here to register and to find out covid19 guidelines.

Clean Ocean Action is a leading national and regional voice working to protect waterways using science, law, research, education, and citizen action. 

Our successful campaigns:

  • Improve programs and laws that protect public health at swimming beaches.
  • Reduce plastics and litter that pollute waterways, spoil beautiful beaches, and harm or kill marine life including turtles, whales, seals, birds, and fish.
  • Protect coasts from oil and gas drilling in the ocean, including Maine to Florida.
  • Establish the nation’s first Clean Ocean Zone to start a national chain reaction for all coasts.
  • Reduce toxins in waterways to ensure fish and shellfish are free of pollution and safe to eat.

May 8th – Mary’s Place by the Sea – 9:00 -12:00 – contact Susan Haugenes

Grounds Spruce Up!!


6 – 10 volunteers 

Monetary donations for supplies

Mary’s Place by the Sea is a respite home for women who are receiving treatment for cancer.  We provide services that complement their medical treatment, including oncology massage, nutrition education, individual counseling, Reiki, guided meditation, expressive writing, and yoga.  Mary’s Place by the Sea is not a medical facility with medical staff.  We offer integrative services to women with cancer and provide rest and support during this challenging time in their lives. They are empowered with knowledge that will aid them on their road to healing.

Since 2009, over 11,000 women with cancer have become “guests” of Mary’s Place by the Sea.