WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- A group of volunteers hit the road for Houston on Sunday afternoon.
The Winston-Salem Hurricane Harvey Humanitarian Response Team filled up a truck with supplies to help families who are still reeling from Hurricane Harvey.
The group of religious leaders will do humanitarian work in four different cities this next week, including a small town called Rose City. The mayor reached out to the group asking for some help. The town lost 300 homes in the hurricane.
Once the group reaches Houston, it will break up into two teams, and visit Beaumont and Port Arthur before meeting back up in North Houston.
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