Texas Township, Wayne County - Since the flood hit late last week, hundreds of people have been looking for ways to help the flood victims across northeastern and central Pennsylvania.
Even though the nearest flooded home is miles away, people in Wayne County spent Friday stuffing a truck with supplies to help their neighbors in need.
"There's a great tradition in this area of helping out your neighbor and people have decided to open up their hearts and wallets again and do it one more time," Brian Wilken with Honesdale National Bank said.
Workers at Honesdale National Bank say after seeing all the flood damage and destruction on TV, they wanted to help.
They knew their customers would want to help to, so they set-up a truck to collect cleaning supplies outside the Route 6 Plaza in Texas Township.
"I went through World War II in Europe and I went through the same troubles, no clothing, no food, no nothing and many times we went to bed hungry and I thought, here's a time when I can help," Maria McGinnis of Honesdale said.
While Wayne County was spared from Tropical Storm Lee, the county was hit hard by Hurricane Irene so people know the damage Mother Nature can do.
"We have so much to be thanksful for. Our lights and electricity was out for how many days, four days, but that was nothing compared to this," Tish Murray of Bethany said.
By the end of Friday, hundreds of people turned out to give a donation. It will all be sent to the Wyoming Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross.
"I doubt there's a drop of Cholrox left int his town," WIlken said. "It's just amazing. The paper towels and the money people have given. It is just an amazing outpouring of the community."