Kimberly Gager of San Antonio, Texas, admits she has a couponing addiction -- but in Hurricane Harvey’s wake, she’s putting her shopping hobby to good use to help those who lost property in the storm.
“I just really want people to know, ‘Hey I’m here, I’m real – this isn’t a joke, if you need supplies, let me know,’” Gager, 39, told ABC News of the stacks of diapers, baby wipes, baby food, shampoo, deodorant, toilet paper, detergent, toothpaste and other personal hygiene supplies lining her garage.
She’s also making personal deliveries to those displaced from the storm in nearby hotels.
Gager was inspired to offer up her arsenal of supplies after Harvey hit southeast Texas because she lived through Hurricane Floyd in 1999, losing her entire home in Newport News, Virginia.
People in the community started reaching out to make personal donations for her to go shopping for more.
“As long as the donations keep coming, I'll keep buying,” Gager wrote on Facebook.