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CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. – Clover Hill High School Choral Boosters are asking for the community’s help as they gather supplies to donate to victims of the recent floods in West Virginia.

The June floods devastated parts of West Virginia, killing 23 people and damaging or destroying more than 1,200 homes.

The school is partnering with Walmart for the "Stuff the Truck" event where they are trying to send over supplies to flood victims.

WVA donaionsThey are accepting the following donations:

  • Baby food and diapers
  • Pet food
  • Canned goods
  • Paper products, trash bags, plastic gloves, batteries, flashlights
  • Water
  • Clothes and shoes
  • Parmelot
  • Clorox

The group’s goal is to stuff as many 18 wheelers with supplies as possible.

The fundraiser started June 27 and lasts through July 14.

Donations are being accepted at their tractor trailer at the Hancock Village Walmart, located at 14501 Hancock Street Rd. in Chesterfield County.

The group is also accepting monetary donations that they said will go directly to Herbert Hoover High School in West Virginia. You can make online donations here.