Much Needed Items For The Flood Ravaged Area In And Around Houston

Dillon Transportation has Volunteered 2 Tractor Trailers to haul supplies to the citizens of Houston and the surrounding areas to help them through the tough times they are facing. We will be sending one trailer from out Ashland City, TN Terminal and one from our Kingman, AZ Terminal. We have already had a very generous donation of about half a trailers worth of paper products from Cascades tissue in Kingman and are looking for support to fill the remainder of that trailer in Kingman. We will be taking donations at the Kingman Terminal located at 4445 Interstate way. Kingman, AZ. 86401 from 6am to 4pm until the trailer is full. If anyone is offering a large donation please contact me as soon as possible as there is only so much room in the trailer. We plan to seal the trailer at 5PM in 9-5-17 to be shipped out Wednesday Morning.

Below is a list of Items that are needed:

  • Cell phone chargers
  • Diapers
  • Baby Wipes
  • Toiletries such as soap, shampoo, conditioner, toilet paper
  • Empty 5 gallon buckets
  • Paper towels
  • New Trash bags
  • Cleaning supplies like Pine Sol, Bleach, Windex, etc…
  • Rubber Gloves
  • Brooms & dust pans
  • flashlights
  • New empty storage totes
  • New pillows (cannot be used)
  • New Blankets ( cannot be used)
  • New Sheets (cannot be used)
  • New Air mattresses & pumps
  • New sleeping bags & mats
  • New Dental Hygiene items such as: Toothbrushes, Toothpaste, dental floss, Mouthwash
  • New Hair brushes, combs
  • New stuffed Animals (cannot be used)
  • Any NON perishable food items

Also accepting gently used clothing items that have been washed and put into storage Totes. Nothing tattered or dirty!

Some of these families have literally lost EVERYTHING and I can only imagine the pain that comes with that. My hope is that we can bring some sort of comfort and normalcy to as many families as possible.We appreciate anything you can do to help and look forward to hearing from you soon.

Thank you very much,Sincerely, Tim Lamoreaux