South Grafton Family Organizing Relief For Kentucky Tornado Victims

South Grafton's Michael and Carrie Labbe are asking their community to help gather and deliver relief supplies to victims of the devastating tornado that cut more than 200 miles across six states. Labbe spoke with Boston 25 over the weekend and urged that it, "is the time to be Americans and help people out."

“We are working on lining up a tractor-trailer that we will get filled between Monday and Thursday of next week to ship down there,” said Michael Labbe. “We have a list of items they requested along with one we added for them all. The items are water, blankets, generators, non-perishable foods, First aid supplies, warm clothing (only), toilet paper, shampoos, deodorants, all hygiene supplies, We added Christmas gifts for all ages. They did not ask for the gifts we feel the need to add to that for I couldn’t imagine a child waking up on Christmas day with no gifts. “It’s bad enough they lost everything else and tragically some have lost loved ones.”

Collections are open now through Thursday December 16th at 6 pm in South Grafton, opening at 8am each day and closing at 6pm. Drop-off location is below!


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