Ocean State Job Lot sends supplies for Hurricane Ian relief effort

CLOTHING FOR GIRLS AND BOYS, including pajamas, shirts, pants and dresses, is being shipped by Ocean State Job Lot to Florida to be distributed to people in need in the wake of Hurricane Ian. / COURTESY OCEAN STATE JOB LOT
NORTH KINGSTOWN – In response to the aftermath of Hurricane Ian in southwest Florida, Ocean State Job Lot has to date sent more than $400,000 worth of new clothing and other essential items to children and adults residing in the storm-stricken area. Another truck filled with hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of additional essential…

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