There are collections all around the country too. If you look or ask around I
am sure that you could find a place where collections are being made. At a
Walmart in central Connecticut (Wallingford) they are having a collection this
Saturday, and they will be trucking the stuff down there. Water, canned food,
clothing, batteries, etc.
-- Susan Kahler <email@example.com> wrote:
Thank you, Mike!
In our area, at least, they are begging for water, towels, canned goods,
clothing and other items, and there are trucking companies donating the
trucks and drivers to get the stuff down south. Maybe farther north it
is harder for them to get stuff down south or something.
michael cook wrote:
> Hey, stay on the soapbox. You look good up there! And you're right!
> Just a note to say that the authorities and the red Cross are saying
> "Don't send stuff - send money." They aren't set up to handle physical
> donations but cash will buy what is needed.
> My check to the Red Cross is on its way. I drove it to the Post Office
> on $2.81 gas purchased on Sunday so I haven't felt the full effect of
> the increase yet!
> Mike Cook