Coats, Baby Clothes Needed For Staten Island Victims
A Framingham man is leaving very early Saturday morning for New York to help his brother with the cleanup of his flooded home; and wants to bring warm clothing to those in need.
Adam Zahler of Framingham is traveling to Staten Island Saturday.
He plans to help his brother "with the cleanup of his flooded home."
Zahler said his brother tells him "people there need warm clothing, particularly coats and baby clothes. The weather is getting cold and there are many without power."
If you have coats, warm clothing and or baby clothes please drop off on Zahler's porch tonight or very early Saturday morning.
"My vehicle is not large, but I will take what I can," said Zahler. "My brother and his wife are okay and have a place to stay, though most of their belongings, other than what is in the bedrooms, is ruined. He knows people who are hurting, I think, and we'll try to get some clothing to them and to a shelter."
Zahler lives at 59 Gilbert St. Please leave the items on the porch.
He realizes this is a last minute request, but Zahler just learned at noon Friday he could travel to New York.