Orange County Distribution helps over 800 people still struggling after Harvey
Orange County residents still struggling from Tropical Storm Harvey were able to come to the Oak Forest Elementary School in Vidor to receive supplies.
Hurricane relief boxes, hygiene products, produce and more were taken by more than 300 families, 800 Southeast Texans in total, to help in the recovery efforts.
"We know a lot of people were affected by Harvey, 75 percent of our county," says Michelle Tubbleville, executive director of Orange County Disaster Rebuild.
Volunteers from the area helped distribute the items.
Denise Cox, a volunteer for the Southeast Texas Food Bank, turned out to help.
"I'm blessed to be a part of it," says Cox.
The Southeast Texas Civilian Task Force will distribute goods on July 21 in Port Arthur.
KFDM/Fox 4's Chris Mullooly has the full report.