As Harvey continues to hammer Texas, volunteers from Central Florida are aiding within the restoration.
Pink Cross volunteer, John Lanzetti, drove one among three Central Florida Purple Cross vans to assist the parents out West.
Early Sunday morning, Lanzetti left for Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
He plans to separate up the journey in two days.
“All the things is locked and loaded and able to go,” stated John Lanzetti, Pink Cross Volunteer.
Lanzetti might be volunteering for no less than two weeks.
“Somebody could have a recreation plan once we are on the market for us to do one thing, whether or not it is to distribute meals, run provides, help shelter, the mission is unknown right now,” stated Lanzetti.
Despite the fact that the mission is unknown, his finish objective is in sight. He needs to assist individuals in want.
“You already know individuals do not realize the influence that a catastrophe has, something from a serious hurricane like we’re going to go face, to an on a regular basis home hearth, it’s devastating to most households,” stated Lanzetti.
Lanzetti additionally stated now’s the time to donate.
The Purple Cross continues to be on the lookout for extra donations. Individuals can drop gadgets off at donation drop packing containers. Clothes, footwear and small home items are all the time wanted.
Lanzetti hopes the donations proceed even after the restoration efforts for Hurricane Harvey have concluded.
He’s considered one of a dozen individuals from Central Florida who will probably be aiding within the aftermath of Harvey.