Catastrophic power outages in Texas: How to help

As dangerous winter weather continues in the South and millions go without power, “World News Tonight” shares ways to help.
1:09 | 02/18/21

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so much need in the south, so many answering the call. In Houston, the gallery furniture store opening their doors to families, and feeding them. Also in Houston, the nonprofit, Texas relief warriors, up early this morning. Cooking donated eggs for breakfast. Everybody's going to have a we have more food coming so we'll probably be helping about 2,000 people. Reporter: In Dallas, a recycling center offering free firewood for families. Christine kilburns says she's had no power since Sunday. Genesis women's shelter & support in Dallas, they're now asking for blankets, flashlights and warm clothes. Hi David. Reporter: Vanessa Willmore, founder of feed the people Dallas mutual aid. Right now we are working on getting more people in hotels. Reporter: And in bell county, Texas, husband and wife, Victoria and Bobbie dill, and their friends, buying hundreds of sandwiches and giving them away. I know we come back to a warm house with food. So it was my duty, and my mission to get somebody with something. Millions heading into another night without power. We'll stay on this. So many trying to help and we'll put those groups at abcnews.com for you.

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