God’s Pit Crew sending additional truck-load of relief supplies to hurricane-ravaged Bahamas

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DANVILLE, Va. (WFXR) – God’s Pit Crew has announced they are sending another tractor-trailer of essential relief supplies to The Bahamas to help victims of Hurricane Dorian.

Since last week, the faith-based non-profit organization has sent three tractor-trailer loads of supplies containing Blessing Buckets, generators and additional relief supplies.

This new load of supplies will be distributed to areas where many of the evacuees are located, such as the island of Eleuthera and the city of Freeport.

According to Randy Johnson, founder and president of God’s Pit Crew, this will be a long-term recovery effort. Donations to the disaster relief fund will help make it possible for God’s Pit Crew to deliver essential supplies to those who are in need.

Collection drives this past weekend in Danville and Galax broke records for God’s Pit Crew.

“Just out of the two locations, God’s Pit Crew collected 64 pallets of water and 34 pallets of mixed Blessing Bucket product.”

Julie Burnett, God’s Pit Crew Blessing Bucket Program Director

Donations are still be taken. Visit God’s Pit Crew’s website or stop by God’s Pit Crew at 2499 North Main Street, Danville, VA 24540. The distribution center’s hours are Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.

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