DuBois, PA – As many as fleeing away from the disaster areas of North Carolina, the DuBois Humanitarian Riders are literally helping to ride out the storm. Ten of their members will be leaving DuBois early Thursday morning to bring supplies to a Salvation Army center in a flooded North Carolina town, and they still are asking for some supplies to take with them.

Their trailer that they will be taking to North Carolina is currently parked at the DuBois Salvation Army building on South Jared Street. Members will be there throughout the day each day until 4 p.m. on Wednesday.

They are asking for any items that might help, especially non-perishable food items that can be eaten without electricity or gas, plus paper plates and utensils, cleaning supplies, hygiene products, pet food, and cash donations.

Listen to the interview with Richard Black, one of the DuBois Humanitarian Rider members.

As a small community, let’s get together to help these people in need! For any questions, please feel free to contact Tim Loomis 814-591-6364. DuBois Pennsylvania Humanitarian Riders Club wants to thank the community for their support.

Learn more at the DuBois Humanitarian Riders Facebook page.