MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Minnesotans are making a difference in Hurricane Ida relief efforts.
Volunteers have been in Louisiana all month, and more were deployed Sunday. A team from the Salvation Army left from Roseville headed to Louisiana.
“You meet amazing people with stories and the resilience of these people and the strength, that gives you a lot more appreciation for what we have back home,” Moscho said. “You go home a better person.”
More On WCCO.com:
- Minneapolis School Switches To Distance Learning After Shooting At Nearby Homeless Encampement
- Twin Cities Thai Restaurant Hires Robot Server Amid Staffing Shortage
- Officers Searching For Suspect In Benton County; Residents Asked To Be Alert
- Willmar Community Bands Together To Support Father Of Twins After Wife's Untimely Death To Cancer