A large truck filled with furniture, kitchen supplies, dining tables, toilets, sinks, cookware and small appliances will soon be on its way to Caldwell, Ohio to help the HARP mission serve the needy people in southeast Ohio.
Trinity members brought in enough items to fill a 55-foot semi truck. It was all packed by 35 volunteers. Between May 10 and 18, several men from the congregation picked up larger items from the homes of the donors. They scheduled 13 pick ups throughout the week.
In addition to stuffing the truck, they also filled 260 flood buckets with supplies to help clean up a home in the event of catastrophic flooding. They also assembled 100 hygiene kits for those who might be displaced from their homes due to a disaster.
Trinity will send a team to Caldwell, Ohio to serve along side of HARP from June 9-14. For more information, or to learn about the flood buckets or hygiene kits, visit the HARP website.