Starting at 6 a.m. volunteers will be at the National Aquarium in Baltimore taking donations to help those affected by hurricane sandy on the Eastern Shore.
This morning people are encouraged to drop by the national aquarium to help fill a bus of donations. We've seen the devastation that hurricane sandy caused and some people still need help.
These donations will help people who live and work in Crisfield, Maryland which is often called the crab capital of the world.
A large bus will be parked here this morning accepting non-perishable food, clothes, blankets, toys , portable heaters, cleaning supplies and tools.
Once all the items are gathered officials from Golden Ring Transportation will deliver the items to the families in Crisfield.
Drop Off information
You can drop of your donations Friday morning from 6am to 10am in front of the National Aquarium in the front circle.
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