• Jacksonville's Convoy of Care delivers second round of supplies to Hurricane Michael victims

    By: Karlyn McKell

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    Many people from the community met up with the Action News Jax team and News 104.5 WOKV at Bozard Ford Lincoln yesterday to donate supplies to our neighbors in the Panhandle in the wake of Hurricane Michael. 

    Our second Convoy of Care left today and delivered 36,000 pounds of supplies to Sneads and Quincy. Last week, the first Convoy of Care left for the Panhandle carrying over 86,000 pounds to Panama City, Blountstown, and Quincy. That brings the total weight of supplies donated in North Florida to 122,000 pounds. 

    It's all thanks to our viewers and listeners who showed up with donations in-hand. A special thank you to the businesses below who provided support and resources in-kind during collection and distribution. Without them, our donation drive would not have been possible:

    Reads Moving Systems

    Lighthouse Movers 

    Tom Nehl Truck Company

    Bozard Ford Lincoln

    St. Johns Town Center 

    VyStar Credit Union 

    You can read more about our first Convoy of Care and delivery by clicking here

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