As the images are coming in from Florida and Georgia, it’s clear they need help.
South Mississippi residents, like those at Brandon’s ATVs in Pass Christian, are already making plans to help with long term recovery. Brandon’s ATVs have partnered with Neco’s Marketplace and Turan Foley to start collection buckets and totes along with other products which will aid those who lost everything in the storm.
Drop off locations are at Neco’s Marketplace, Brandon’s ATVs, South Mississippi Off-Road and RV Park, and Dick’s Cycles in Louisiana. Brandon Necaise with Operation Relief said, “We are taking hygiene products, pet supplies, baby items, baby food, and we are taking non-perishable food items. I don’t really know what they need, but they are going to bring everything that we can. We went through it in 2005 so we know.”
They will also be set up at the Diamondhead Community Center taking donations.