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Mayor Turner encourages Houstonians to donate supplies to aid Puerto Rico; Astros Foundation will assist with shipping items to help citizens recover

HOUSTON – In the aftermath of several earthquakes rattling Puerto Rico, Mayor Sylvester Turner joins NACC Disaster Services in encouraging Houstonians to donate disaster relief supplies to help with recovery.
Donations may be dropped off Monday-Saturday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
at 121 Esplanade Blvd, Houston, Texas 77060. The warehouse phone number is
(832) 626-7111.
The Astros Foundation has generously agreed to assist with some costs of shipping donated items to Puerto Rico.
List of requested items
Baby formula
Men’s, women, boys & girls clothes (new and used)
Men’s, women, boys & girls underwear – undergarments
Men’s, women, boys & girls shoes
Sleeping bags
Small appliances
More information may be found at and on the NACC Disaster Services social media pages, @NACCHelp.
All items collected during the donation drive will be sorted, packed and shipped in approximately two weeks.

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