SAN ANTONIO - Those interested in donating items to San Antonio Spurs legend Tim Duncan's Hurricane Irma efforts can donate items during designated drop off times beginning Monday.
READ THE INITIAL REPORT: Spurs legend Tim Duncan pledges $250,000 to Irma relief, will match first $1 million of donations
Duncan updated his You Caring monetary donation page on Saturday informing the San Antonio community they can donate to the following H-E-B locations on Monday and Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.:
H-E-B at 17238 Bulverde Road
H-E-B at 4100 South New Braunfels Avenue
The Player's Tribune also announced the donation opportunity.
Texas! Tim Duncan is putting out a call for supplies for his upcoming hurricane relief trip to the Virgin Islands. https://t.co/x0Jk25M2nH pic.twitter.com/qhdVjZtq4h — The Players' Tribune (@PlayersTribune) September 9, 2017
While a list of needed supplies hasn't been announced yet, the San Antonio Food Bank accepted the following items after Harvey: Non-perishable food, water, baby food, diapers, new or packaged clothing (used clothing will not be accepted) and water donations.
"Starting as soon as the weather permits, I’ll be chartering an airplane full of supplies from San Antonio to St. Croix, the biggest town in the Virgin Islands," Duncan said in his Player's Tribune article. "And I’m already busy putting together a team — some from the Virgin Islands and some who will fly in from elsewhere — to help manage the relief effort."
Duncan established a You Caring donation page on Friday -- kicking off donations with a $250,000 donation of his own. He said he will match up to $1 million in donations.
By Saturday night, the campaign raised more than $600,000.
Duncan said he understands people are still recovering financially and physically from Harvey, and promised every dollar donated would go toward efforts on the ground.
A request for comment from H-E-B was not immediately returned Saturday evening.
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