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Impact with Hope still in need of supplies for Louisiana flood victims

Flooding in Baton Rouge on Monday, August 15 on O'neal Road. (Source: Viewer submitted photo to WAFB) Flooding in Baton Rouge on Monday, August 15 on O'neal Road. (Source: Viewer submitted photo to WAFB)
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The group Impact with Hope, based in Perrysburg, is still collecting supplies for flood victims in Louisiana.

Impact with Hope drop-off sites:

  • Impact with Hope Distribution Center - 905 Farnsworth, Waterville
  • Tireman Stores – Toledo area, Findlay, Monroe
  • Hilton Garden Inn – Levis Commons, Perrysburg
  • Swartz Contracting, 2622 Baty Rd., Lima

The group says survival and clean-up supplies are still extremely low.

Items needed most include:

Non-perishable food items, personal hygiene items, shovels, 55 gallon plastic bags, hand tools, gloves, supplies for clean-­-up, tarps, blankets, flashlights & batteries and diapers.

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