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KPLC, Lake Charles and Sulphur partner on Isaac relief supply drive

Hurricane Isaac Relief Drive

KPLC-TV, the City of Sulphur and the City of Lake Charles are partnering in an endeavor to collect supplies for Hurricane Isaac victims in Southeast Louisiana.

The effort was kicked off on Aug. 31 with the help of former Saints cornerback Mike McKenzie, who is also involved through his organization, 34 Ways Foundation.

Here's how you can help:

 

This week, supplies will be collected at:

Old Tyme Variety Store building – 810 Ruth Street, Sulphur

Lake Charles Civic Center – south end

Drop-off hours: Monday - Saturday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. ; Sunday  12 - 7 p.m.

 

Items needed:

Non-perishable food items

Cleaning supplies

Household items such as towels, linens and pillows

Dog and cat food

School supplies

New pre-packaged socks, underwear, t-shirts, etc.

Personal hygiene products

Baby needs such as food, formula, diapers and wipes

First aid supplies

Bottled water

Monetary donations---check made payable to City of Sulphur with Hurricane Isaac written in the memo line

*Officials have announced that used clothing and shoes are no longer being accepted.

 

Additional Links:

Outpouring of support for Isaac supply drive

KPLC, Lake Charles and Sulphur collecting donations for Isaac victims 

Local donations pour in for Isaac relief effort

Donations for Hurricane Isaac victims

City of Sulphur launches Hurricane Isaac supply drive

 

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