By John McDevitt

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A Camden County woman is using Facebook to collect items needed by South Jersey residents affected by Hurricane Sandy.

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The Facebook group page is called “Jersey Strong” started by Deanna Reilly of West Berlin.

“Each week we’ll post a list of what is needed for that week; the packing, a sorting location and then the driving time and everybody can help out where ever they are comfortable.”

Right now Roma Pizza (840 New Jersey 73, West Berlin, NJ) along Route 73 in West Berlin is the drop off location.

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“Toothbrushes, tooth paste, baby wipes, deodorant, underwear, feminine care products, diapers.”

The products will be driven to the shore weekly.

Pet supplies are also being collected.

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