OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — When a flood happens, people are often stretched to their limits. This Friday and Saturday, a local charity will be be bringing food to victims in Douglas County.
On Friday, From 9am-7pm and 9am-5pm on Saturday, people in Valley can go to the Twin River YMCA at 6100 Twin Rivers Circle. There, Heartland Hope will be on-scene with their mobile pantry, packed with over 9,000 pounds of food.
Heartland Hope is currently in their 38th year of operation and said:
"We understand the cleanup and rebuilding process from this historic flooding will take many months, and we will be here providing emergency and supplemental food to our neighbors in need throughout Nebraska and western Iowa. We are grateful for the outpouring of support from individuals, organizations and companies locally and across the county.”