Clover Hill High group collects donations for W. Virginia flood victims

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CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. - The Clover Hill High School Choral Boosters in Chesterfield County are stepping up to help the flood victims in West Virginia.

From Monday June 27 to July 15, the group will have a tractor trailer at the Walmart parking lot at 14501 Hancock Village Dr, Chesterfield, VA 23832 and will collect donations to help those in West Virginia that lost everything.

"We have so many friends in show choir in West Virginia that our kids are friends with," said Choral Director, Sandi Thomas.

Donations are being accept the next two weeks

Donations are being accept the next two weeks

They are looking for volunteers to collect the donations, but will have someone there between the hours of 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

The group is collecting any household items from deodorant, feminine products, to paper towels.

Sandi Thomas is helping organize the donations.

Sandi Thomas is helping organize the donations.

"We want to provide all of the simple things that most of us take for granted," said Thomas, "I had a hot shower this morning and people in West Virginia didn't"

Thomas said the goal is to have the truck completely filled by July 15th.

The group will also be having a benefit concert the following night to help the victims.

Others in the community are helping also. A State Trooper hopes to fill a truck donated by Cox Transportation. It is currently set up at 17347 Pouncey Tract Road in Rockville. You can read more here. 

 

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