TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® helps Louisiana Flood Victims

On August 12, disaster hit Louisiana as  a levee in Ascension Parish collapsed, causing a massive flood that took 11 lives and thousands of homes.  Over 30,000 have been displaced from their homes, and are staying in refuge in nearby cities and states. The government has issued a Federal Emergency warning in the area, and is trying to find places for the families who are left without shelter.

In times like these, communities must ban together and help those who have lost everything. The residents of Panama City, Florida can do just that, with the help of TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®. Thursday, August 18th we will be collecting donations at the Walmart Shopping Center at 725 N Tyndall Pkwy. We partnered with the Bay County Chamber of Commerce to coordinate this charity event. All donations are accepted. We are looking to bring displaced and evacuated families essentials such as:

  • Toiletries and personal care items
  • Shoes and clothing of all sizes
  • Bottled water, canned and dry foods, and basic utensils
  • First Aid Kits
  • Blankets and pillows
  • Flashlights
  • Pet supplies
  • Backpacks, small suitcases or purses
  • Small cots or sleeping bags

When you donate at the Callaway Walmart, we will load all items on our trucks and transport them to the families in Louisiana. This cause will help thousands of families recover from the worst disaster to hit Louisiana in over ten years. Please help us by visiting the Walmart Shopping Center, and filling our Truckload of Warmth with items for the Louisiana disaster relief effort. If you have any questions about this cause, please call (850) 785-2222 or contact us through our website.

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