XP Retail Partners with Charlotte Loves Houston

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XP Retail Partners with the Charlotte Loves Houston Supply Drive


An initiative in Charlotte, NC launched this week and our team at XP Retail joined in to help fill trucks of supplies to take to Houston. With a growing list of business partners, Charlotte Loves Houston will be driving multiple semi-trucks filled with donations across the country to help. It began as an idea that is quickly spreading throughout the Charlotte area and we are proud to be an official drop-off location for the supplies. 

They will have teams of people waiting for donations at South Park Mall to load all donations into trucks.

  1. Please see our list of items to donate below!
  2. You can also donate to purchase fuel or supplies. Each truck will require $1,000 in gas to make the trip and back. Please check out their GoFundMe page to make a donation.

You will be able to join the trucks on their journey on social media. Click on the following links to watch the story unfold.
 https://twitter.com/CLTlovesTX  
 https://www.facebook.com/CharlotteLovesHouston/

For those unable to make it to South Park Mall, donations are accepted at: 

XP Retail
10405 Granite St.
Suite F
Charlotte, NC 28273


Our team really enjoys being able to help our local community come together and support those in need. If you are a local XP Retail client and would like to donate items to this program please email lindsay@xpretail.com .

If not, please check out the GoFundMe Page  or share a post on Social Media!


Most Needed Items:
Bottled Water, Baby food, Baby Formula, Diapers/baby wipes, First Aid / Medical supplies, Toiletries (toothbrushes, toothpaste, dental floss, tampons, soap, antibacterial hand sanitizer, sun screen), Batteries, Paper towels, Toilet Paper, Canned Food, Non-perishable snacks (granola bars, breakfast bars, fruit cups, peanut butter, tuna), Pet Food, Cleaning Supplies (Trash Bags, dust masks, packing tape, masking tape, work gloves, push brooms, yard rakes, plastic gloves, laundry detergent), Bug Spray, or Fans for drying homes. 

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For more information about Sherman College, check out their website at http://sherman.edu/

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