Mass. Nonprofit Sends Supplies To Kentucky After Deadly Tornadoes


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FOXBORO, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — A Massachusetts nonprofit is sending supplies to Kentucky after last week’s deadly tornadoes devastated multiple communities.

The Massachusetts Military Support Foundation loaded up two semi-trucks in Foxboro Thursday morning with everything from Band-Aids and deodorant to dog food and diapers.

“You just think about a tornado wiping out your house. And you’re going to be moving into a FEMA trailer, but there’s no grocery stores,” Don Cox, president of the Massachusetts Military Support Foundation, said.

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Cox operated the forklift at the Foxboro Terminals. It’s a team effort, however, to help his fellow Americans and residents.

“It’s just a great opportunity for us to do what’s right in this society that doesn’t see a lot of this these days,” he said. “It feels good inside to do it.”

Next week, the nonprofit and their partners are expecting to send another five semi-trucks filled with supplies.

WBZ NewsRadio's James Rojas (@JamesRojasNews) reports

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