Westside High Students collecting goods for areas hit by hurricanes
OMAHA, Neb (FOX 42 KPTM)-- Students with Westside High School's DECA club are working to fill semi-trucks with all kinds of things for areas in Texas recovering from Hurricane Harvey.
The club partnered with Fusion Medical Staffing and Kirsch Transportation.
Anyone can drop things off at Fusion's site on Thursday September 14th from 6 a.m.-6 p.m. That's at 11808 Grant Street.
Here is a list of what they're specifically looking for:
• Diapers (sizes 2-4 and pull-ups)
• Baby Formula
• Baby Food
• Hand sanitizer
• Feminine Hygiene products (Any kinds)
• New Socks and Underwear (Any size)
• Empty bottles
• Masks for demolition
• Mr. Clean
• Bug spray
• Work gloves size large and x-large
• Eye protection glasses
• Dried food
• Can openers
• Plastic forks, spoons, knifes
• Paper plates
Once the semis are filled, students tell us they plan to deliver them to Controe, Texas.
They say Kiwanis volunteers from Texas and Oklahoma will sort and hand out things based on who needs them most.