Code Blue Declared for Thursday in Cumberland

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(BRIDGETON, NJ)— Dr. Robin Weinstein, President of the M25 Initiative and Chair of the Cumberland County Code Blue Coalition today announced that a Code Blue was declared by County Emergency Management officials for the evening of Thursday, February 8th. 

Warming Centers will be open from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.    

In the City of Bridgeton, the Warming Center is located at St. Andrew’s Church, 186 E. Commerce Street; In the City of Vineland the Warming Center is located at Living Hope Assembly, 1059 West Landis Avenue; In the City of Millville the Warming Center is located at Trinity United Methodist Church, Ben Corson Hall, 100 S. 2nd Street.

 Code Blue is a grassroots movement of churches and community members responding to the needs of our homeless neighbors. Code Blue is funded by community contributions made to the M25 Initiative (501c3). The program was created to provide "Warming Centers" as a way for homeless persons in the community to find shelter from frigid overnight temperatures during the cold winter months. Local churches on a rotating basis host warming Centers to provide temporary relief for our homeless neighbors.

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The Code Blue Hotline is 1-888-410-3973. Monetary donations can be mailed to: M25 Initiative, 31 N. Pearl St., Bridgeton, NJ 08302.

The M25 Initiative is a 501c3 non-profit in Cumberland County, NJ created for the sole purpose of engaging, equipping, empowering, and mobilizing individuals and organizations to employ innovative and cooperative solutions to alleviate suffering, feed the hungry, end poverty, reduce crime, revitalize a spirit community and transform lives!

M25 is seeking landlords to house the homeless:

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