MTV Launches Fundraiser for 'Jersey Shore' Site Ravaged by Sandy

Tim Kenneally
The Wrap
MTV Launches Fundraiser for 'Jersey Shore' Site Ravaged by Sandy

"Jersey Shore" might be wrapping up its run, but the spirit of goodwill and humanity that the MTV reality hit has inspired will carry on.

MTV will air a one-hour fundraising special to help out Seaside Heights, N.J., the site where Snooki and her fellow orange-hued revelers played out most of their televised shenanigans, and was ravaged by Hurricane Sandy last week.

The one-hour special, "Restore the Shore," will air live on Nov. 15 at 11 p.m., with a tape delay for the west coast.

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The special, which will also run in online and mobile formats, will feature the "Jersey Shore" cast as well as other special guests, and air from MTV's Times Square studio in New York.

MTV is partnering with nonprofit organization Architecture for Humanity for the fundraising effort, with efforts primarily focused on rebuilding the Seaside Heights boardwalk, with additional assistance going to re-building efforts for businesses and residents in the community.  

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