A coworker's daughter had 6 feet of water in her home. They evacuated the home with only the clothes on their backs. Everything in the house has been destroyed. The coworker and myself are starting up a clothing and food drive for the victims. We went through hurricane Katrina and know what it is like to have nothing and feel helpless. It's the crappiest feeling in the world knowing everything you have worked for is gone in a flash. I remember that feeling and would like to help anyone who needs it, since shit, you can't rely on FEMA. If you or know anyone who has been effected by this, please let me know, and I will do anything in my powers. A disaster team with our company is going to GA in 2 weeks to assist homeowners with their claims and make sure they don't get screwed by the insurance company.Answer Question
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