GoTriangle is partnering with WRAL-TV, United Way & Raleigh-Durham International Airport to help communities in eastern North Carolina impacted by Hurricane Matthew by collecting and delivering critical need supplies.
We need you! Bring canned goods and more to help fill the GoTriangle Storm Relief Bus on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 from 5am-7pm at Carter-Finley Stadium Lot, Gate A, Trinity Rd. in Raleigh.
“We are pleased to work with our partners at WRAL-TV, United Way and RDU to help our neighbors in need,” said GoTriangle General Manager Jeff Mann. “Every day we connect people to the important places they need to go, and we are grateful to now have community support in helping fill one of our GoTriangle buses to deliver critical need items to some of the people impacted most by Hurricane Matthew.”
Among the items needed*:
- Cleaning supplies
- Paper products
- Canned and dried foods
- Baby wipes
- Nutritional shakes and drinks
*Please no glass containers. Low-sodium and low-sugar foods preferred. We CANNOT accept bottled water, clothing, household items or any perishable goods.
On Thursday, October 27, the GoTriangle Storm Relief Bus, a truck from RDU and volunteers will travel to communities impacted by Hurricane Matthew to deliver supplies at three stops: United Way of Tar River Region in Rocky Mount (Nash/Edgecombe County), United Way Food Drive in Wilson (Wilson County), and Partnership for Children of Johnston County in Selma.
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