Many areas in East Texas are still without power due to the widespread devastation caused by Hurricane Beryl. Georgia-Pacific is partnering with Convoy of Hope to offer some relief to those affected by the storm.

Convoy of Hope, a worldwide faith-based organization, partners with churches, civic organizations, and government agencies to offer food, water, paper towels, toilet paper, and other essential items needed to aid in disaster recovery.

Like many communities, the Corrigan area is still feeling the effects of Hurricane Beryl. Much of the area is still without power and water. Most area grocery stores and gas stations are temporarily closed, which has made it difficult—or almost impossible—for many to provide nourishing meals for their families.

Georgia-Pacific and Convoy of Hope welcome those families and individuals to stop by the distribution site to pick up free items during this time of need.

This relief event will take place on Thursday, July 11 at the Debby Marshall Activity Center located at 603 South Mathews Street in Corrigan (just south of Corrigan-Camden schools).

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Supplies such as food, water, paper towels, toilet paper, and other essential items will be provided beginning at 10 a.m. and continue until items run out.

Georgia-Pacific and its subsidiaries are among the world’s leading manufacturers and marketers of bath tissue, paper towels and napkins, tableware, paper-based packaging, cellulose, specialty fibers and building products. Their familiar consumer brands include Quilted Northern®, Angel Soft®, Brawny®, Dixie®, enMotion®, Sparkle® and Vanity Fair®.

Georgia-Pacific has long been a leading supplier of building products to lumber and building materials dealers and large do-it-yourself warehouse retailers.

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