Several supermarkets in South Florida are collecting relief items to help families in Central America who were devastated by back-to-back category four hurricanes last month.
The supermarkets are teaming up with Christian charity Food for the Poor.
The charity workers were saddened to see the damage caused by Hurricane Eta and Hurricane Iota weeks later.
Angel Aloma from Food for the Poor has told Assist News, the items donated by shoppers will go a long way to help alleviate suffering as families recover from these catastrophic storms.
Items being sent include non-perishable foods, baby items, personal hygiene products, first-aid kits, tools, and work clothes.
The consecutive hurricanes caused mass destruction in Nicaragua, Honduras, and Guatamala, including landslides and flash flooding.