Walmart will provide two trucks of free water for tornado victims Saturday.

Beavercreek Walmart handing out bottled water Saturday

The Supercenter at 3360 Pentagon Blvd. in Beavercreek will give two free cases of water to each car that passes by the distribution area in the parking lot from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. while supplies last. Associates and managers from across the Miami Valley will be at the store to hand out the water.

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In total, two semi-truck loads of bottled water will be handed out to residents in need and organizations working to assist neighborhoods that have been impacted. The first truck will be located at the Beavercreek store. The second truck load will help the Convoy of Hope’s relief effort where Walmart associates will help distribute water to non-profit and community-based organizations.

Throughout the weekend, Walmart associates will also be volunteering at the American Red Cross and the company will give $40,000 in e-gift cards to local non-profit and community-based organizations to purchase items such as food and clothing.


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