Free disaster relief kits of cleaning supplies available Saturday to Pensacola residents

Pensacola residents impacted by Hurricane Sally can pick up free cleaning supplies at a Saturday distribution event.

The Virginia Beach-based humanitarian organization Operation Blessing and The Home Depot Foundation have partnered to distribute hundreds of disaster relief kits and other supplies to Pensacola residents.

Operation Blessing delivered more than 200 disaster relief kits (6 pallets) provided by The Home Depot Foundation. Each kit contains cleaning and sanitizing supplies: bleach spray, disinfectant wipes, paper towels, all-purpose cleaner, work gloves, contractor bags and scouring pads.

The disaster relief kits are available starting at 11 a.m. CT at Liberty Church, 110 E. Riviera Blvd., Foley, Alabama.

The Home Depot Foundation is committed to supporting immediate and long-term rebuilding in communities impacted by natural disasters, recently increasing its disaster response commitment for 2020 to $4 million.

The Home Depot recently launched a Hurricane & Storm Preparedness Livestream Workshop to help residents in storm-prone regions prepare and protect their families and homes for natural disasters. A new broadcast airs weekly through the end of November and registration is available at www.homedepot.com/workshops.

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