Disaster Relief at Work (DRAW) sending aid after Midwest storms

Disaster Relief at Work (DRAW) sending aid after Midwest storms

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The local group 'Disaster Relief at Work' (DRAW) is working on sending aid to Illinois after the state was ravaged by heavy storms and tornadoes on Sunday.

DRAW says they are looking for money, supplies and volunteers.

Some members of the team are already on site, but back here at home they're collecting personal and household supplies at the warehouse in Waterford.
    
The group is also collecting monetary donations.
    
LINK: Click here for more information on how you can help with DRAW

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