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Author Topic: Drop off donations for Hurricane Relief at Pittsboro at Performance Auto & Tire  (Read 820 times)
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« on: August 30, 2017, 02:55:24 PM »

Please drop off any donations in Pittsboro at Performance Auto & Tire, Pittsboro Outdoor Power Equipment or Robyn's Nest before next Thursday. The group will be delivering all supplies to the PDRA event next weekend. Your donations will be sent directly to those in need!
Heavy Duty Large trash bags will be needed to pack supplies as well as sending to Texas.
next Thursday is deadline to drop off supplies in Pittsboro

First-aid kits
New Pillows
New blankets
New bed linens
Inflatable mattresses
Hand sanitizer
Baby Supplies:
Baby Food
Toddler Food
Baby blankets
Baby Clothes
Ready to eat meals
Canned meats
Canned vegetables
Canned fruits
Canned Beans
Granola/Protein bars
Assorted crackers
Tuna w/crackers
Peanut butter and jelly
Dry beans
Cereal (hot or cold)
Instant potatoes
Pasta and tomato sauces
Cooking oil
Shelf stable milk
Microwaveable instant meals
Cleaning supplies
Liquid laundry detergent
Dish soap
Mops & Brooms
5-gallon buckets
Leather Work gloves
Rubber gloves
Safety glasses
Air circulators/fans
Extension cords
Ground fault protectors
Pop-up canopies
Utility knives

I will be taking what I collect from Performance, Pittsboro Outdoor Power Equipment, Robyn's Nest and where I work at UNC Hospital to Galot Motorsports Park next weekend.  From there, the items will be loaded into the semi and transported by KF Trucking owner, Kenny Farrell to Dickinson, Texas.  The plan is for the items to be delivered to local churches. He will be posting pictures along the way and of the items being unloaded. I will be sharing those photos also.
-Crystal Harris
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« Reply #2 on: September 01, 2017, 08:36:53 PM »

Another item they will need to clean up after Harvey is N95 dust masks

Mold will be all over the flooded houses and it will only get worse after the flood waters recedes.  Working with the masks is a pain but working without the masks inside moldy houses is worse.  Just looking into houses for victims after Floyd had me coughing up multi colored goo for a few days after leaving the flooded areas.   Shocked Sad

When I went back Down East to help clean up I took a case of N95 masks for us to use and to leave Down East for the survivors and other helpers.

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