Verizon Wireless Toms River Store Provides Donation to Aid Local Children's Shelter

TOMS RIVER, NJ — Verizon Wireless recently celebrated the opening of its newest Communications Store in Toms River at 1428 Hooper Avenue. The 8,600-square-foot "superstore" will be the company's largest in the Philadelphia Tri-State Region. Verizon Wireless also owns and operates two other retail locations in Ocean County including a store in the Ocean County Mall and in Lakewood.

To kick-off the Toms River Store Grand Opening, Verizon Wireless provided a $1,500 donation to Ocean's Harbor House — a safe haven for young people, ages 10-21, who are homeless, have been abused or abandoned. The donation was made through the company's HopeLineSM program, a phone-recycling program, which focuses on putting wireless products and services to work to combat domestic violence and assist victims in emergency domestic violence situations.

As a result of HopeLine and related phone recycling programs Verizon Wireless has organized since 1995, the company has collected 2 million wireless phones for the benefit of domestic violence victims and advocacy groups. For more information, visit  

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