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RHF Hosts Collection Drive to Help Florida Residents Impacted by Hurricane Ian

Rock House Farms Family of Brands will host a collection drive to support Florida residents impacted by Hurricane Ian on Saturday, Oct. 8. 

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Rock House Farm will also support the United Way of Catawba County, NC.

RHF Investments, Inc., the parent company of Century Furniture, Hancock & Moore, Hickory Chair, Jessica Charles, Highland House Furniture, Maitland Smith and Cabot Wrenn (Rock House Farm Family of Brands) is hosting a collection drive to benefit Florida residents impacted by Hurricane Ian. 

Century Furniture wil park a tractor trailer in the parking lot of Valley Hills Mall on Saturday, October 8, and staff it with employee volunteers who will be accepting donations of water, diapers, baby formula, personal hygiene products, pet food and and other non-perishable supplies that will go directly to Florida for help in relief efforts there for local residents. A collection site will also be established at Catawba County United Way (2760 Tate Blvd., Hickory, NC) where donations may be dropped off during business hours this week.

“The devastation in southwestern Florida is immeasurable, and our hearts go out to the people impacted by Hurricane Ian,” says Alex Shuford, III, President of RHF. “We have been in touch with our partners in Naples and are trying to ensure that we do everything we can to help their communities as they try to recover.” 

Donations will be accepted at Valley Hills Mall on Saturday, Oct. 8, from 10am - 6pm, and at United Way from Monday Oct. 3 through Friday Oct. 7. 

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