"2020, what a great year!" -no one
This year has been soul crushing, full of loss, missing people, there is a complete lack of hugging those outside our tiny bubbles, oh and being outside our bubbles in places like Tahiti or the mall. We can’t even smile at each other and smizing this much has increased my need to visit the dermatologist. For me, and many of you, this year did not mean the loss of a job or housing or food insecurity. That's not true for everyone.
I am a member of the board of the Waterfront Project (TWP), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting Hudson County’s economically disadvantaged people – the working poor, seniors, veterans, and those living with disabilities – by providing information, advice, and pro bono legal representation to address their civil legal issues and concerns.
TWP helps those most in need and most impacted by the poopshow that is 2020 with legal representation in landlord tenant court, with wills, advanced directives and in foreclosure prevention.
TWP was afloat this year with the masterful work of our executive director in seeking a PPP loan but as moratoriums on evictions have ended, we need to have sufficient resources to make sure the holiday season does not mean hunger and homelessness for those around us. If you can give, this is a good place to give. This is one of the places where I personally give and have given for years. If you can help, please help.