Members of the Thibodaux Volunteer Fire Department are asking the public’s help to continue its mission to help those affected by Hurricane Michael.

The department recently completed a supply delivery and feeding mission with other departments in Panama City and Bay and Gulf counties in Florida.

The firefighters are planning a return trip and need your help.

A collection drive will be held from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday at Acadia Station located at the intersection of Acadia Woods Drive and Percy Brown Road in Thibodaux.

Firefighters are asking the community to donate the following:

Batteries, all sizes AAA thru D. Tire plug kits, work gloves, first aid supplies and tarps. Household cleaning items. Any kind of pet food. Snacks. Disposable cleaning gloves. Paper products to include plates, flatware, paper towels, napkins. Hygiene products for men and women. Baby food and formula. Kids’ pull-ups. Kids’ underwear. Deodorant. Canned goods. Members of our department completed a supply delivery and feeding mission with other regional partners this morning to the first responders of Panama City and Bay and Gulf Counties in Florida.

During the trip approximately 2,400 meals were served and three truck loads of supplies were delivered to the area from the generosity of the citizens and businesses of the areas of the partnering departments, the firefighters said.

For more information, contact the Thibodaux Volunteer Fire Department at fd4@thibfiredept.org or visit the department’s Facebook page.