A Challenge

Hey Kenny,
I went out and bought a box of groceries and a couple cases of bottled water and donated it to the Hurricane Harvey victims today.
I am also donating blood to their cause this afternoon around 1 pm.
I would like to challenge any of your readers that are able to do the same.
This people are going to be in bad shape for a long time.
Thanks in advance,
J. D.


Help out any way you can. It doesn’t have to be blood or groceries but there’s many ways you can help. Contact your local Salvation Army to find out what you can do.

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5 Responses to A Challenge

  1. Sanders says:

    I’d recommend donating to the Salvation Army – they take money, too. I would not donate to the Red Cross! My mom was with the Red Cross during Katrina, and what she saw of that organization put me off them forever.

  2. anonymous says:

    Excellent idea, a little bit here and there really adds up. I third the Salvation Army as a donation station – they appear to put much more effort and amount of work into the persons and locations.

  3. John Deaux says:

    We have several local 18 wheelers heading into Tx Tuesday night or Wednesday morning carrying donations directly to shelters so that’s the route I went.
    Remember any food stuff should be able to do without refrigeration, canned goods, rice, pasta, box dinners, water, water, water.
    Diapers, driy milk, baby food, formula.
    Toilet paper, paper towels, wash cloths, towels.
    Pillows, blankets, sheets
    Clothing, most left with what was on their body
    Basically if you use it regularly then somebody can use it.
    J. D.

  4. Winston Smith says:

    Salvation Armys’ good people that walk the talk. The LDS/Mormons do as well.
    If I am ever in another disaster, I want the Mormons running the relief effort. They’ve really got their shit together.

    Fuck the For Profit Red Cross and others.

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