All day today, WBRC and the Birmingham Salvation Army will be answering phones to collect donations for Hurricane Michael relief efforts. “The region is special to so many of us and we view it as our mission to help those in need in any way we can,” said WBRC’s general manager.
All donations made will go directly to Hurricane Michael relief.
“Salvation Army staff and volunteers will provide food, water, cleanup kits, emotional support and other critical services to survivors and relief workers in communities across the Florida Panhandle,” said Lori Cook, Birmingham Salvation Army public relations director.
“So many of us grew up spending vacations on the shores of the Gulf Coast,” said Collin R. Gaston, WBRC’s general manager.
“The region is special to so many of us and we view it as our mission to help those in need in any way we can.”
Hurricane Michael was the most intense hurricane to hit the panhandle and now the residents of Florida need our help. We've partnered with the Birmingham Salvation Army to host a telethon on Oct. 16 to help raise money for the Hurricane Michael Relief Fund. Follow the link for details on the Hurricane Michael Telethon: https://buff.ly/2yiwL3r
Posted by WBRC FOX6 News on Friday, October 12, 2018