University calls for Pirates everywhere to aid hurricane victims.
Hurricane Harvey devastated much of the Gulf Coast and left the City of Houston in a watery shambles. Hurricane Irma has ravaged parts of the Caribbean and Florida as well as causing extensive flooding in areas the Southeast.
Many Pirates are suffering, either directly or through friends and family members who have lost everything. Now that the worst is over, residents are beginning to rebuild their homes, their cities and their lives — much as many Seton Hall community members did in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Our memories of that superstorm and its aftermath beckon us to stand with other storm victims during this time of great need.
To express our solidarity in a profoundly transformative way, Seton Hall is calling on its 100,000-strong worldwide alumni community, faculty, staff, parents, students and friends — Pirates everywhere to aid the hurricane victims.
Go Blue for Hurricane Relief will leverage the power of the University community by channeling donations to the communities that need them most. Seton Hall is partnering with Catholic Charities in this effort to provide food, shelter and medication to those in need. With our help, the hurricane victims will have more of the life-giving supplies they so desperately need.
Every donation will go directly to Catholic Charities to alleviate misery and suffering in the Gulf Coast and Florida. When we unite as members of the global Pirate community, we become a tremendous force for good. Please join us as we Go Blue for Hurricane Relief.