Housewares suppliers seeking to help residents of the Carolinas recover from Hurricane Florence can do so by donating needed products to Good360 in partnership with the International Housewares Association.
IHA is partnering once again with Good360 to provide hurricane victims with home products as they rebuild their lives and homes. IHA partnered with Good360 last year to help with the recovery efforts of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
Good360 is working with the Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA) to help shelters with immediate needs such as personal items, toiletries and water, as well as products that will help in the clean-up. Over the next few weeks, needs will transition to household goods. Any products IHA members can provide will be managed by Good360, and working with FEMA, Good360 will deliver donations to those in need.
“We’re pleased to partner with Good360 and leverage the generosity of the housewares industry to help make a difference for thousands of hurricane victims,” said Phil Brandl, IHA president and CEO. “Good360 is an organization with an impeccable track record of distributing needed products in a well-managed and structured way. Their corporate partners in disaster recovery include Walmart, Home Depot, Ikea, CVS and UPS.”