The devastating event of Hurricane Harvey may have happened weeks ago but the effects of the hurricane are still here.

Many in Houston have lost everything from their houses, cars, family members and even jobs. With all of that, some have nowhere to turn and have no idea on how to even start over again.

Anton Moore the CEO and founder of the organization Unity in the Community wants to help flood victims.

On September 30, 2017, at 12 p.m., his organization will host a “Houston Relief and Uniform Drive to help people who have been displaced by Hurricane Harvey.

After the event, Moore and his organization would like to get a U-Haul truck and van filled with food (non-perishable items), clothing and supplies. They will be driven down and personally delivered to a community church in the Houston area that will give the items out.

There are several costs that need to be filled to make this large donation happen:

  • Rental of a U-Haul truck
  • Rental of a 17 passenger van
  • Gas expenses
  • Food for drivers and volunteers

Moore’s goal is to raise $3,000 to fund the trip and he asks if you’re able to help by donating at their website

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(Photo Credit: Anton Moore Courtsey)

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