Harvey relief fundraisers continue in Tri-State
CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Citizens around the Tri-State continue to provide help to those affected by Hurricane Harvey. This week, The MVP Sports Bar and Grille and The Goshen Township Fire Department are doing their parts.
On Labor Day, seven bands played at the Silverton bar and auctioned off more than a dozen prizes. All the proceeds going to Matthew 25 Ministries to help their work in Texas.
"Anytime that I am able to give back either my personal or business life. I try to but if you have the avenue or the venue that we do to bring people together and give back it just makes you feel good,” said MVP Sports Bar and Grille Owner, Joshua Baughan.
About 30 minutes to the East, the collection center is the Goshen Township Fire Department. For a week citizens have been dropping off supplies.
"Once in a while we help out at Matthew 25 ministries over in Blue Ash and we looked on the website and obviously we heard about the hurricane Harvey and we wanted to something,” said David Zook,
Zook brought his family to the fire house with a trunk load of supplies.
Matthew 25 Ministries will pick up the donations in the coming days and get it down to Texas immediately.