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Let’s Help a 911 Hero

Immediately after the attacks on America of September 11, 2001, Michael Gaffney, a Camden County EMS volunteer, responded to Ground Zero to assist in the rescue and recovery effort and help the wounded. Mr. Gaffney was on the ground responding to the tragedy for days after the attacks. Unfortunately years later he developed severe respiratory problems as a result of his heroic efforts at Ground Zero and is no longer able to work.

On February 21, 2015, Michael Gaffney lost his Audubon, NJ home in a fire. The bitter cold and strong winds of that day made any recovery near impossible. Indeed, firefighters at the scene reported that water from their hoses, and a nearby fire hydrant, actually froze. As a result, Mr. Gaffney’s home was totally destroyed. His family is now displaced indefinitely.

Just as Mr. Gaffney helped was there for all of us, when we needed him most, we now ask you to be there for him in his time of great need. Please consider donating whatever sum that you can muster to help put Mr. Gaffney and his family back in their home.


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