‘Help of Southern Nevada’ hosts 9th annual ‘Help-2-O’ water drive
LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — As summertime temperatures rise, so do the dangers of heat exhaustion and dehydration. Recent events related to the coronavirus pandemic continue to affect an unprecedented number of people in our community, leaving them vulnerable.
That is where “Help of Southern Nevada” steps in, with their 9th annual “Help-2-O” water drive.
“It’s literally saving lives of people that are on the street and unable to get in to contact with water,” said Abby Quinn with Help of Southern Nevada.
Social distancing measures and less people out at stores has changed the collection operations, but it has not stopped the nonprofit from achieving their mission.