More than two weeks after Hurricane Maria, much of the power is still out for the 3.4 million people in Puerto Rico and the storm damage that destroyed the electric grid and wiped out many homes, businesses, roads and farms will take months or years to rebuild.

Lite Rock 96.9 WFPG continues to ask for your help with this grave situation by showing that South Jersey Cares.

As millions of Americans in Puerto Rico continue to struggle to find the basic necessities for their families, Lite Rock 96.9 WFPG has teamed with the Puerto Rican Civic Association of Hammonton to collect much-needed relief supplies for hurricane victims.

Here is a list of some of the items most-needed now in Puerto Rico:

- bottled water or powdered milk

- new or gently used summer clothing

- underwear in all sizes

- batteries

- toiletries, feminine hygiene products

- Diapers, baby wipes and formula

- canned goods

- soap, shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrushes

- paper goods and toilet paper

- first aid supplies

These items may be dropped off at the Lite Rock studios at 950 Tilton Road, Northfield Mon-Fri. between 9a-5p, or at the Puerto Rican Civic Association of Hammonton, 367 Old Forks Road, Hammonton, daily.

Arrangements have been made by the Puerto Rican Civic Association of Hammonton to have these items packed and shipped to those in need in Puerto Rico. One shipment has already been delivered and we are packing items now for a second shipment.

Lite Rock's South Jersey Cares Relief Collection for Puerto Rico.  Thanks for helping!