Wasilla church offers help and collects donations for McKinley Fire victims
There are plenty of clothes to choose from at the Wasilla Community Church.
Racks are stocked with donations for the church's free clothing drive in September. The annual event took off after a phone call following the McKinley Fire. The church has since become the drop-off point for people who want to help fire victims.
"This is what we're about, this is what our church is about. We want to meet the needs of people for sure," said Pastor Mark Sager.
The church has received a lot of donations. But, there's still a demand for certain items such as personal hygiene products, gift cards, gas cards and even dog food.
Joanne Rehn donated a television and clothes to help her neighbors.
"We're supposed to help one another, this is a great way to do it, so hopefully someone can use these things," said Rehn.
Even if they can't, they may find something else.
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