Boardwalk not Sidewalk
Friends of the Boardwalk is a 501(c)3 Not for profit organization - All donations are tax deductible
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These pictures show the direct results of five Prior projects where the NYC Parks Dept. used a Concrete substructure under
Recycled Plastic Lumber on the Pier, under Wood at the North and South sections of the amusement area and the concrete
planks replacing the World Famous Reigelmann Boardwalk at Brighton 1st -Ocean Parkway and West 33rd St.-West 37th St.
© Photos Courtesy of Mary Ann De Luca
I have received dozens of calls, posts, texts and E-Mails
requesting information about where donations can be made to
assist our fellow New Yorkers in need.
The Friends of The Boardwalk is a Not For Profit 501c 3 organization
that I have worked with for over a decade.
All contributions donated to this organization is 100% tax deductible. The
Friends of the Boardwalk have no administrative costs and zero
expenses. EVERY SINGLE DOLLAR right down to the penny, will be
spent on food, shelter and clothes for those in need.
If you would like your donation to go to a specific person, family or
community etc., please let us know.
Checks should be made out to ( DO NOT send cash):
The Friends Of The Boardwalk
And mailed to:
4216 Manhattan Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11224
"Shannon drew a picture of the
waves coming in to destroy our
home. My heart is broken in
Gina- Resident of Seagate
Shannon is 5 years old.
The devastating effects that hurricane Sandy had on our community show that an Environmental Impact Statement is
essential before any work begins on the boardwalk, beach and shore front. Flood zones are being redrawn and
building codes will change in these zones. Public Safety is the most important concern!
You simply can not build a project through trial and error without knowing the effects it will have on the community it is
built in. We can not compromise Public Safety, our infrastructure, our homes and businesses. Hurricanes do not
discriminate against wood or concrete!