A local humanitarian agency will be sending at least 17 more tons of relief supplies to the Carolinas.
Feed the Hungry is sending their third truck to the region from its South Bend warehouse.
The tractor trailers have been sent to their local church partners in Spartanburg and Kenly as staging centers for direct relief.
Right now, they are depending on the supplies from their warehouse, as well as partners in Atlanta and Virginia.
Still, they are asking people in the community to donate.
“We are able to pull loads from different places. We also hope that the local community will get in, engage and provide some supplies to our neighbors in the south,” said Stefan Radelich, CEO of LeSEA Global Feed the Hungry.
If you would like donate, their warehouse is open this week from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 61250 Ironwood Road in St. Joseph County.
You can donate non-perishable food and hygiene items, but they are asking that you don’t put your donations in glass containers.
You can find more information at feedthehungry.org