On Sunday, exactly sixteen years after the infamous Hurricane Katrina swept up through the Gulf of Mexico along almost the same path, Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana. At least seven are dead and more than one million without electricity. Sounds like a perfect place for a few good people to step in, doesn’t it?
Back in February when an unexpected snowstorm hit Texas I wrote about Jim McIngvale, owner of Gallery Furniture in Houston, Texas, who opened the doors of his showroom to anyone in need of warmth and shelter. McIngvale’s generosity and kindness dates back 16 years to the time of Hurricane Katrina when he opened his doors to those in need of shelter. And today, in the wake of Hurricane Ida, McIngvale, age 70, is once again heeding the call of those in need.
But this time, McIngvale is sending dozens of trucks loaded to the brim…
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