City of Birmingham to hold supply drive for Hurricane Florence relief


After the devastating damage that followed Hurricane Florence on the Carolina coast, the City of Birmingham is extending a helping hand by organizing a supply drive for its southern neighbors to support their relief efforts.

Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin made the announcement on Facebook Monday.

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Donations already being collected at the Christian Service Mission. [Photo via Christian Service Mission on Facebook]

The supply drive will take place Tuesday, October 2 through Friday, October 5 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily at historic Boutwell Auditorium: 1930 Reverend Abraham Woods, Jr. Boulevard.

Items to be collected daily:

  • Canned goods (non-expired)
  • Pet food
  • Water
  • Cleaning Supplies (brooms, mops, gloves, cleaners, disinfectants, trash bags, etc)
  • Monetary donations
  • NOTE: Clothing items will not be collected for the supply drive.

Hands On Birmingham will assist in the volunteer effort. Christian Service Mission will assist in transporting items to various relief groups.


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