Hurricane Harvey Relief Effort

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Robbinsville Township never fails to step up to the plate to help others, and the people of Texas desperately need that help following the devastation associated with Hurricane Harvey.
Led by Mayor Dave Fried, Township Administration, Township Council, the Robbinsville School District, the Robbinsville Fire Division and Bohren's Moving & Storage of Robbinsville - which was so instrumental following Hurricane Katrina in 2005 - we are teaming up to help the millions of Texans impacted by Harvey.
The Township is collecting the following items that can be dropped off beginning today - 24/7 - in the lobby of the Robbinsville Fire House, located at 1149 Route 130 North. The Robbinsville Senior Center also is being used as an alternate drop-off site during normal business hours.
New items to be collected include: diapers, baby wipes, baby bath, baby powder, Q-Tips, cotton balls, toothpaste, toothbrushes, Band-Aids, Neosporin, Hydrogen Peroxide, soap, shampoo, conditioner, razors, shave cream, hair brushes, Saline solution and cellphone chargers for iPhone and Android. Unopened bags and cans of pet food and new leashes/collars also being accepted.
Thank you in advance for what we know will be an overwhelmingly generous response.
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