Local realtors are collecting blankets to send to Hurricane Sandy victims.
TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News
Now) – Over a month after Hurricane Sandy tore across the east coast, those
whose homes were destroyed are still in need. The Toledo Board of Realtors is
working to send help.
With the holidays
fast-approaching, many people on the east coast still don't have the comforts
they did before the hurricane hit. The Toledo Board of Realtors is accepting
new and gently used blankets to send to those in need.
Donations can be made at
any area major realtor office, Monday through Friday, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Some of the donated
blankets will go to local families in need, as well.
"We're also distributing
the other half of our blankets through the Cherry Street Mission and the
Salvation Army," John Mangas, president elect of the Toledo Board of Realtors. "It's
just a great time of the year to do something special…for the community."