As you’ve no doubt seen in the news, Hurricane Florence has wreaked havoc throughout areas in the Southeast portion of the country from Florida to North Carolina.
In response to the disaster left in the wake of the storm, many members of communities throughout the areas have been delivering aid to those people affected. Among those caring people are the Willifords, a family in North Carolina who own several self-service laundry locations.
The Williford family will host a Free Laundry Day to help those in the Fayetteville, NC, area. The details are as follows:
The Wash House
106 Country Club Dr.
a 4500 sq ft store
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
9 a.m. – 9 p.m.
The owner of this location, Luke Williford, said, “North Carolina has had major impact due to Hurricane Florence. The most affected area we serve is Fayetteville. Lee, Marshall and I would like to do a FREE LaundryCares day with free food and washers and dryers all day from 9am-9pm at one of our premier locations. People are in need of our services more than ever and many have lost it all. A free meal and laundry will go a long way to show them love in a time of need.”
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Additionally, with the help of Luke and other like-minded laundromat owners, a list of open laundromat locations is posted on the LaundryCares website at: https://laundrycares.org/resources/fl-ga-nc-and-sc-open-laundromats/
If you own a laundromat within FL, GA, NC or SC, please let us know by visiting: https://laundrycares.org/hurricane-florence-location-report/
To help us help others here and in other communities, please consider donating to the LaundryCares Foundation by clicking the link below.Click to Donate