Hundreds help to stuff the bus for Irma victims at Scene 75
DAYTON, Ohio (WKEF/WRGT) – Hundreds of people were at Scene 75 to help stuff the bus for the victims of Hurricane Irma.
The crowd brought cases of water, bedding, baby supplies and non-perishable foods to put on the bus headed to Florida to help with the relief efforts.
Half the money raised from arcade sales from 6 to 9 p.m. will also go to “The Center for Disaster Philanthropy” to help victims.
“We’re so proud of everybody,” group sales representative Carolyn Bates said. “We’ve had a lot of people. It just started at six, and we’ve already had a lot of donations already. Cleveland and Cincinnati are both doing this, so we’re excited to see what else will fill the bus.”
Scene 75 is set to continue collecting donations through the end of the week, so you can stop by the Dayton location on Poe Avenue to help out.