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How You Can Help Victims Of Midwest Storms

ROGERS, AR. -- Sheep Dog Impact Assistance program is gathering supplies for our neighbors in the Midwest after a series of storms damaged the communities.
ROGERS, AR. --- The Sheep Dog Assistance Program is helping out our neighbors in Washington, IL. and the rest of the Midwest.

On Tuesday afternoon, the group will gather supplies to deliver to those in need.

"The key to success for us as a nation as a whole is the ability for us to reach out and support one another when there is as need," said Lance Nutt, founder of Sheep Dog Assistance Program.

The group is sending supplies like non perishable food items, water, tarps and blankets to the victims of the storms in Illinois and Michigan.

"It ultimately comes down to those men and women in the community that are willing to step up and provide when you ant take care of yourself," said Nutt.

Since the group already has their supplies donated, they hope you can donate to their fuel fund. The trucks leave early Wednesday morning.

According to Sheep Dog founder Lance Nutt, driving  three trailers up North isn't cheap. Fuel, right now, is their biggest issue.

Their greatest need at this point is fuel and monetary donations to get the supplies to the affected areas.

Monetary donations can be made by clicking here.
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