ENTERPRISE, Ala. (WDHN) — Hurricane Ida was months ago but victims are still hurting.

Local church, H.O.P.E Ministries opened their hearts and doors to help. From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Panache Events venue, located at 102 Geneva Highway in Enterprise, the ministry collected paper towels, hand soap, baby wipes — and all things toiletries.

They will be collecting these types of donations until October 6.

Residents like Greta Eagerton, felt it was her duty to donate and help those suffering right now. She believes this is something we all should think about as the world goes through a global pandemic she said.

“I just encourage you and I challenge the public to come help, they’re many, many hurting people in our world and we can reach them just by doing a few things at a time, but it takes an army to do it,” Eagerton said.

Reverend David Reddick and his wife Allie will be taking the donated items to Louisiana Thursday morning.

To help, call Allie Bell-Reddick or David Reddick at 334-494-0479.