WWL-TV To Host Hurricane Relief Supply Drive

METAIRIE, LA – WWL-TV and partnering organizations will be collecting essential supplies for hurricane relief efforts for East Texas communities impacted by Hurricane Harvey.

         The supply drive will take place this Saturday, Sept. 23, from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., in the Clearview Mall parking lot, 4436 Veterans Memorial Blvd., in Metairie.

         Curbside drop off will be available.

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         The following accepted donations should be new and in the original packaging:


Baby bottles

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Baby clothing detergent (powder only)

Baby formula (powder only)

Baby lotion

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Baby powder

Baby wipes

Diapers (multiple sizes incl. pull-ups)

Diaper rash ointment

Gentle baby soap

Non-perishable baby food

Bottled water


Cotton swabs

Dish towels

First aid kits

Garbage bags


Non-perishable canned goods

Paper towels


Toilet bowl brushes

Toilet bowl plungers


         WWL-TV recognizes the immediate need for aid in communities working to clean up and rebuild after historic flooding, reps said.

         “When we needed a helping hand following Katrina our neighbors were there,” said Tod Smith, WWL-TV president and general manager. “Now, we want to return the favor and say, ‘we're here for you, like you were there for us.’”

         The station has partnered with Clearview Mall, United Van Lines, Pilot Flying J, and the Salvation Army to help collect, transport, and distribute goods to those most in need.

         WWL-TV’s Hurricane Relief Supply Drive is in conjunction with nationwide relief efforts by the station’s parent company, TEGNA Inc.

         Texas Cares, a fund raising initiative launched by TEGNA Inc. just hours after Hurricane Harvery made landfall, has raised more than $3 million to date to support American Red Cross Harvery Relief efforts.

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