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"Top Dog" Organizes Truckload to Benefit Hurricane Victims.
Saturday, September 2, 2017

Truckload of Love and Goodwill

The Rockville Volunteer Fire Department and Rockville City Police, FOP Lodge 117, in partnership with TD Snow Removal Corporation dba Top Dog Services, are asking for community support in donating items to help victims of Hurricane Harvey in Houston, Texas. Donations of nonperishable food, personal hygiene items and other supplies will be accepted at Saint Mary’s Church, 520 Veirs Mill Road, Rockville, Maryland, from 10:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m., September 8, 2017. Donations will be loaded on a truck and delivered to the Houston area providing much needed supplies for Harvey victims.

“We are asking folks here in our community to come together and help us show the people of Texas that we care and that we are here for them,” Todd Dickerson, President, Top Dog Services said Friday.

Suggested items to donate:

Gift Cards – Easiest and Quickest direct Help
• Lowes
• Home Depot
• Food Stores
• Visa Gift Cards
• Fuel Cards
Foods
• Nonperishable food
• Bottled Water
• Hydrating Liquids (Gatorade/Power Aid)
• Paper towels/Napkins
• Dog/Cat food
Clothing for both Men and Women (New in Package)
• Undershirts (Black/Navy preferred) All sizes
• Underwear
• Socks
• Blankets
Personal Hygiene Products
• Toothpaste
• Tooth brushes
• Deodorant
• Soap
• Hand sanitizer
• Bug Spray
• Disposable Wipes (Baby Wipes)
• Diapers
• Toilet paper
• Foot Powder
Other Items – New
• Contractor Grade Trash Bags
• Cleaning Wipes
• Rubber Gloves
• Boots
• Rubber Boots
• Work Gloves
• Flashlights and Batteries

We unfortunately cannot accept any type of perishable items due to no refrigeration being available in most of the areas.

Drop off site and hours:

• Saint Mary’s Church, 520 Veirs Mill Road, Rockville, Maryland
• 10:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m.
• September 8, 2017.


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