HIGH SOCKS FOR HOPE HEADING TO NASHVILLE FOR TORNADO RELIEF
Deadly tornadoes in Tennessee left 25 people dead earlier this month, and the state is in for a long road to recovery.
Local nonprofit High Socks for Hope wants to help Tennesseans get back on their feet, just like they helped Louisiana in the wake of devastating flooding a few years ago.
The organization is heading to Cook County and East Nashville, helping families in need and donating kitchen and bath boxes directly to families.
“We’re adding to our boxes, trying to get everything we need to eat sleep and bathe, so now we’re adding like garbage cans and other things to the boxes that we didn’t have before,” said High Socks for Hope Managing Director Judy Holland. “I just worry about how this is going to affect these families who already lost everything and they are in hotels. So one of the things were taking is some antibacterial wipes and Clorox wipes and stuff like that.”
If you’re interested in donating to the cause, visit highsocksforhope.org.