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World Care still in need of donations for Colorado flood victims

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Tucson's World Care and ‘A' Family Storage sites continue to collect items for Colorado flooding victims. 

There is still a great need of supplies and donations are coming in slowly.

Organizers say there has been little response, and they are still asking for help with donations of both money and supplies.

There is a new list released of additional supplies that are still needed, among the supplies are food and tools like shovels and goggles, as well as cleaning supplies like Clorox wipes and bleach.

World Care is also asking for first aid kits and any items for pets.

One of the donation drops is World Care a 3538 E. Ellington Place Tucson 85713 or any of the ‘A' Family Storage sites, which can be found by going online here – www.afamilystorage.com

Donations can be dropped off Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (at the World Care home office on Ellington), or at any of the 17 ‘A' Family Storage locations. 

Volunteers are also needed to help sort the supplies. 

Go to Tucson News Now's website for more information and a full list of supplies needed.

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