OutDaughtered‘s Danielle Busby and Adam Busby ramped up relief efforts for Louisiana residents affected by Hurricane Laura. Danielle said that the storm might not have been what they expected, but it still greatly damaged the area.
OutDaughtered: Danielle Busby & Sister Team Up
Danielle Busby said the storm might not have been a fifteen-foot storm surge. But she said the 120 miles per hour winds that stayed on land for hours did major destruction. In fact, she said that her and Adam’s hometown of Lake Charles would be without power for weeks or even months.
OutDaughtered star Danielle Busby and her sister Ashley Mowbray are doing what they can to get donations together. Adam and Danielle collected donations from Ashley’s Heist Hair Bar. She’s been accepting them there for transport to the affected areas.
It looks like a lot of people are giving to help the victims. However, there are still so many things that people need. And Adam and wife Danielle said the news isn’t giving it the coverage it needs.
Adam Busby Heads to Lake Charles
The Busbys are taking turns driving supplies back to their hometown. This time, Adam Busby is heading down to drop off donations at the Red Cross. This is the second round of donations coming from the Busbys and OutDaughtered crew.
Fans of OutDaughtered asked if they can send packages to the hair salon to help. Danielle confirmed that they could send items there to help. And it looks like Adam Busby and his family will have many more trips to take.
Adam Busby’s mother, father, and other family members are staying at their home. Without electricity and water, they can’t go back, even if their homes are liveable otherwise.
OutDaughtered: Danielle and Adam Do Their Part
TLC’s Danielle and husband Adam Busby have been letting their OutDaughtered fans know about the needs in Louisiana. And they aren’t just using their fame to get the word out. Both Adam and his wife Danielle are getting their hands dirty. From packing and collecting donations to delivering them to the areas that need them most—they are working hard.
The OutDaughtered couple shared photos of the hurricane damage. They said that things are very hard for the residents. And that they need all of the help they can get.
Most people got out before the hurricane hit. They are glad most people are safe, but they said there is still some search and rescue work going on in the hardest-hit parts. Not everyone was able to get out—even though the weather called it “unsurvivable” conditions.
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