Volunteers Team Up To Assist Relief Efforts In Washington

Volunteers Team Up To Assist Relief Efforts In Washington

Volunteers with Home Depot and Team Rubicon assist storm victims.
By: Donnie Tillman

WASHINGTON - Approximately 70 Home Depot volunteers are assisting in the clean-up efforts in Washington Tuesday.

Team Depot as they're called is working on debris removal in heavily impacted areas.

They're partnering with 35 volunteers from Team Rubicon.

The relief group helps unite the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders.

The goal is to deploy resources to help those in need of recovery and rebuilding.
   
Richard Goodrich, Regional VP of Operations at Home Depot says, "We're a value-based company and we have some of the very best associates in America.  We believe in helping people, giving back to our communities.  As a part of those values and beliefs, we're here today to help."

The Home Depot Foundation has donated nearly one hundred thousand dollars to the relief efforts in the Midwest, including 50,000 to Team Rubicon to provide necessary supplies.
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