FRANKFORD, Del. - Although Hurricanes Harvey and Maria happened almost a month ago, local efforts to help those affected in the Caribbean continue.
Michael Vaughan from tells 47 ABC after seeing the devastation felt by so many, he wanted to help.
So he and his friends in Frankford, Delaware are holding an auction and giving all their money made to Operation Compassion.
"So that's what this is all about, we're going to raise money. We're giving it all away we're not keeping a dime for nothing, all of it is going to Operation Compassion and they're going to take it and give it to the most needed areas. Right now they're covering six islands in the Caribbean," says Vaughan.
The auction is happening this Thursday and Friday at the Frankford Fire Hall. Doors open at 5 p.m. and the auction will start at 6 p.m.
Vaughan is asking for the public's help in donating goods to be auctioned, whether it's furniture, antiques or services even just a monetary donation.
For donation drop off times call Mike Vaughan at 302-381-3362 or Bonnie Hudson at 302-228-7479.
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