Although he’s known for giving his opinion on The Voice, there were no spoken words needed for the Maroon 5 frontman’s dire message as he showed off a makeshift sign, which urged fans to donate to the Red Cross’s relief effort.
JON BON JOVI
“I was born and raised in Sayreville, [N.J.] These are my memories, these are my family, these are my friends,” the rocker – seen here with Whoopi Goldberg, Bruce Springsteen and Steven Tyler at NBC’s Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together benefit concert – tells PEOPLE. “These are my people. The good news is they are very resilient.”
NICOLE "SNOOKI" POLIZZI
With the Jersey Shore heavily affected after the wake of Sandy, the new mom joins actors Anthony Edwards and Ethan Hawke to help man the phone lines during Good Morning America‘s Day of Giving telethon on Nov. 5. “Wow GMA raises 7 million! Thank you everyone for calling in!!! ❤” she Tweeted afterward.
Also taking calls at GMA‘s telethon: the talk show host, who spent her childhood in the Garden State. “Every summer we’d get beach badges for Belmar, and that’s what we did; we went to the beach,” she tells PEOPLE. “As a young adult, D’Jai’s was a very popular watering hole. And D’Jai’s is no more. It’s pretty devastating to know that the Jersey Shore is no more temporarily. In several years I know we’ll bring it back.”
Preparing to face the devastation in New Jersey, the former Extreme Makeover: Home Edition host takes a breather as he “Headed to Seaside Heights today, w @Sears @Kmart @craftsman @Kenmore, bringing food, water, blankets, batteries etc.”
Doing every bit she can to help, the Food Network star unloads a bevy of supplies from a truck at a local New York relief center.
The Jersey Shore star helps rebuild another area heavily damaged by the superstorm – Staten Island, N.Y. “Helping clean up this unbelievable destruction on #StatenIsland,” he Tweeted.
Just like her Jersey Shore cast mates, Cortese bundles up for a day of volunteering in Belmar, N.J. – an area where the iconic boardwalks once stood. “So much more to be done …everyone close to the shore should go down and lend a hand,” she Tweeted.
A day after the devastation, the Today show’s news reader observes the destruction in her Hoboken, N.J., neighborhood. “We didn’t have any water damage in our area of Hoboken, but the water came in a block north of us,” Morales tells PEOPLE. “Boats came up over into one of the kids parks. It’s just a surreal scene to see everything completely flooded.”
JENNI "JWOWW" FARLEY
The reality TV star also lends a helping hand as she and fiancé Roger Mathews start on the cleanup in their New Jersey home. “I carried all that wood,” she Tweeted in reply to Mathews’s post.
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