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CTX restaurants to collect supplies for hurricane victims

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WACO, TX (KXXV) -

Several local Central Texas business will be collecting supplies for Hurricane Harvey victims.

Wacos' Bubba's 33 has partnered with Waco River Safari to collect and deliver supplies to the victims of Hurricane Harvey. 

Bubbas's 33 and Waco Safari will donate all items to relief stations in Houston, Rockport, and Corpus Christi. 

Items you can donate include:

  • Bottled water/sports drinks
  • Baby supplies
  • Blankets
  • Non-perishable food items
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Pillows
  • Towels
  • Personal hygiene products 
  • Trash bags

The donation will take place from Aug.28- Sept. 1.

Bubba's 33 is located at 2601 S. Jack Kultgen Expressway 76706 and Waco River Safari is located at Baylor Basin by McLane Stadium 76704.

Raising Cane's in Hewitt has also volunteered to pick up donations. Tea2Go Waco-Baylor posted on their Facebook page Monday that they were also accepting donations at their location. 

Barnett's Public House in downtown Waco is donating 20% of their sales on Thursday, Aug. 30 to The Houston Relief Fund organized by JJ Watt. 

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