GLENWOOD, Iowa (KMTV) — Volunteers in Glenwood, Iowa are getting ready to for a sale on Sunday where people affected by flooding can shop for free.
The Mill County Storehouse has been taking in so many items at their location they had to move to a bigger location, the Glenwood High School.
"We've been so blessed but our volunteers can't get through the bags as we're getting them,” Kori Kenkel, Board Member, Mills County Storehouse said. “The space is so limited, the parking lot is so small, people are coming and going."
They've been collecting household items, clothes and toys.
Organizers appreciate the big response so far for their cause.
“In a tragedy like this I think we all need to just step up, come together and help out,” Alexis Bird, Student Volunteer said.
The group is still taking donations; they specifically are asking for gift cards for things like food and gas. You can bring them to Glenwood High School.