Group Collecting More Items For Sandy Victims

An American flag blows in the breeze in front of one of the largest pils of storm debris at the Jersey shore in Long Branch N.J. in this Nov. 15, 2012 photo. Superstorm Sandy created tons of debris that towns in New York and New Jersey are still struggling to dispose of weeks later. Three weeks in, the round-the clock effort to remove storm rubble has strained the resources of sanitation departments and landfill operators, and caused heartaches and headaches for thousands of families. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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After overwhelming support from the community, New World Flood in Lansing is collecting donations for another trip out east.

The group has sent four trailers filled with clothes, food, toys, blankets and other items to the victims of Hurricane Sandy since the storm hit last month.

For the final drive, New World Flood is collecting the following items:

- Toys (only new, packaged, unwrapped toys will be accepted)
- Trash Bags
- Non-perishable food (canned goods)
- Cleaning supplies
- Batteries (all sizes)
- Cooking items (such as charcoal)

**Absolutely no clothing will be accepted***

There are several locations donations can be dropped off at:

Lansing Area:
- New World Flood Office; Marshall Street Armory, 330 Marshall St., Suite 101 (drive to the back of building to drop off materials, a sign will be posted on the office window).
- Donations accepted 10am - 6pm (Wednesday 11/28 - Friday 11/30 only)

Battle Creek:
- Battle Creek Metro PCS; 5275 Beckley, Battle Creek, MI 49015
- Donations accepted 9am - 5pm (Mon, 11/26 - Thu, 11/29, Friday, 11/30 until Noon)

Kalamazoo Area (3 locations):
- Kalamazoo Metro PCS; 4436 S. Westnedge Ave., Kalamazoo, MI 49008
- Metro PCS Campus; 2929 Howard St., Kalamazoo, MI 49008
- Midwest Communications; 4200 W. Main St., Kalamazoo, MI 49006
- Donations accepted 9am - 5pm (Mon, 11/26 - Thu, 11/29, Friday, 11/30 until Noon)

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