Ellery Homestyles donates to support Hurricane Sandy recover

Retail Editor 1, Jennifer Negley, November 6, 2012

New York - Multi-category home textiles supplier Ellery Homestyles is supporting the Hurricane Sandy relief efforts by donating $10,000 to the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund and the Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City.
"As a member of the New York City community, we believe it is the responsibility of businesses and individuals to donate to the tireless efforts of organizations like these, so residents have the support they need to rebuild quickly," said Ellery Homestyles ceo Budd Goldman.
Additionally, Ellery reacted to the struggles of Staten Island residents, and donated much-needed warm blankets to the relief efforts. The blankets were distributed to shelters on Staten Island that continue to provide food and comfort for families as they work to regain their lives.

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