Colts Neck is partnering with the borough of Union Beach, to help them recover more quickly from the ravages of Super Storm Sandy.  The effort is called Operation Provide Comfort - Union Beach.
The purpose of this organization is to help collect and coordinate donations of money, physical goods, and services to aid in the rebuilding effort. Colts Neck Community Church serves as our fiscal agent (as a 501c3 entity) for monetary donations; all donations are tax deductible and are transferred directly to Union Beach.
Please use this website as a resource for keeping track of meetings, events, and activities related to rebuilding Union Beach, as well as making a donation to Operation Provide Comfort.





“Two Towns - One Voice - One Mission”

Concert to Benefit Union Beach
August 23, 2014
Brookdale Community College, Lincroft NJ

Ticket Ordering Starts July 1


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Many thanks to the following sponsors, who provided items for gift baskets to be raffled off at the concert.  Please patronize their businesses!



Aberdeen Twp/Matawan: Holmdel:
The Hobby Shop Exit Realty East Coast
Mane-iac Barber Shop The Growing Tree Children's Academy
Sundaes The Ice Cream Place Dearborn Market
Rapunzel Salon and Day Spa Amanda's Hallmark
InStyle Salon Holmdel Community Church
  The Turning Point
Colts Neck:  
Woodfield Tree Plantation Lincroft:
Brock Farms LA Dance
Huddy's Inn Newman Springs Dental
Colts Neck Greenhouse Gallery Florist Luigi's Famous Pizza and Restaurant
J Vincent Jewelers Mike's Barber & Styling Shop
Colts Neck Hot Yoga Molzon Landscape Nursery
Get in Shape for Women  
Nails Plus Lakewood:
Gianni's Pizzeria Lakewood BlueClaws
Elite Martial Arts Academy Manalapan:
Delicious Orchards Cheeburger Cheeburger
Trump National Golf Club  
Colonial Flowers Marlboro:
Colts Neck Reformed Church Monster Mini Golf
Freehold: Princeton:
Freehold Bicycles, Inc. Hamilton Jewelers
Frankie Fed's Pizza and Pasta House  
Freehold YMCA Red Bank:
All Seasons Diner II Count Basie Theatre
Staples Yestercades
  Restaurant Nicholas



Our Goal

The purpose of the effort is to develop a long term relationship between Union Beach and Colts Neck that will endure long after the storm.

Our approach is to leverage the resources of our town to help the residents of Union Beach who suffered the most devastation and to help collect and coordinate donations of money, physical goods and services to aid in the rebuilding effort.


Our Focus

- To provide assistance, whenever and wherever needed through a volunteer labor force

- To raise funds to help purchase items needed to begin rebuilding and renovating those homes impacted by Sandy

- To form outreach committees, raising awareness among Colts Neck organizations and matching them with similar organization in Union Beach

- To expand public awareness


Upcoming Events


6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
OPC Union Beach Meeting


6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
OPC Union Beach Meeting


6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
OPC Union Beach Meeting


Benefit Concert

Resilient Resident

Those who live away from the Jersey Shore may wonder "Why are we still hearing about Superstorm Sandy? It was almost a year ago - isn't everything fixed by now?" 

Not only is everything not fixed, many Union Beach residents have not even begun to rebuild.

Here is the story of a single mother of 3, who gives back to her community as a First Aid Squad member and Emergency room nurse - she is still waiting for her home to be rid of asbestos and demolished so she can start to rebuild. 

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Help Drive Us Up a Wall!

As the residents of Union Beach finally begin to rebuild, the need for building materials becomes critical. 

Your tax-deductible donations will be used for sheet rock, insulation, spackle, tape and nails to help the residents of Union Beach finish the repairs on their homes.

Restore a wall:                       $125
Restore a room:                     $500
Restore a six-room house:  $3,000
Be a good neighbor:                 $50



About Union Beach

Union Beach, NJ is a small borough of mostly small, single-family homes (which are the owners' primary residences). It is on the Raritan Bay, nestled between Keyport and Keansburg.

Union Beach sustained devastating damage from Super Storm Sandy.  Nearly 200 homes needed to be demolished, another 500 took on 5' of water, and another 1,000 had up to 3’ of water damage. Police, Fire, Emergency Services, and the school all sustained significant damage to buildings and equipment. 

Sadly, the task of rebuilding is not close to accomplished.

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