H&M Bay are collecting donations for Tennessee wildfire victims

The death toll from the raging wildfires fires in Sevier County, Tennessee–
has risen and among that, many are injured and families are still searching for missing family members.

Now one local company is collecting donations for those affected by the fires and who have lost everything.

H&M Bay is hosting the drop off center for the victims. They are hoping to collect bottled water, Gatorade, personal care items, dog food, and non-perishable food items.

As soon as the first truck is filled, they will ship out those donations. H&M Bay’s HR Manager, Dawn Bryan says many people want to give but may not have the means to get their donations to the victims that are in need.

H&M Bay specializes into the coordination of picking up and dropping freight each day and it was a perfect way for them to get involved and help these people.

H&M Bay hope to dispatch many more trucks with donations, but the last truck will leave December 20th.

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