Hurricane relief: Danville organization gears up to help Hurricane Ian victims

God’s Pit Crew’s volunteers will be working to clean up hard-hit areas and taking emergency supplies to victims

They are packing trailers so they are ready to assist the hardest hit areas

DANVILLE, Va.God’s Pit Crew is taking action to help hurricane victims.

On Wednesday, GPC said that their volunteers and staff are preparing to help victims of the catastrophic Hurricane Ian, which made landfall on Wednesday afternoon.

The response team will travel to the areas that were hit the hardest to clear debris and clean up the surrounding areas, God’s Pit Crew said.

“We are also going through and checking and rechecking and cleaning and restocking all our equipment and getting our trucks ready to roll to Florida,” said Director of Media Relations, Suzanne Boase Honeycutt.

The organization said they will be sending tractor-trailer loads of emergency supplies, including water, tarps, generations, and Blessing Buckets. They held an assembly event to prepare the Blessing Buckets last week.

To learn more about how you can help by volunteering or donating, visit God’s Pit Crew’s website.

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