Mark Henry helps Hurricane Harvey relief workers in Houston
Proud Texan Mark Henry spent his Labor Day in Houston helping those affected by Hurricane Harvey, which devastated cities along the Gulf Coast of Texas and Louisiana one week earlier.
Working alongside celebrated NFL Quarterback Vince Young — who was born in Houston — Henry visited Windsor Village United Methodist Church, Georgia Brown Convention Center and a local Salvation Army, donating goods and meeting both relief workers and those affected by the Category 4 storm.
Henry chronicled his uplifting journey on Twitter.
This is love! pic.twitter.com/I2sDgjZIY8— TheMarkHenry (@TheMarkHenry) September 5, 2017
Smiles if only for a while. I Will be back guys! pic.twitter.com/VQdT8jmu7k— TheMarkHenry (@TheMarkHenry) September 5, 2017
Let's continue to help Houston and turn our attention to Silsbee,Orange,Beaumont ,Port Arthur Tx and the surrounding areas! pic.twitter.com/BARuXhpzAr— TheMarkHenry (@TheMarkHenry) September 5, 2017
To donate to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund, visit ghcf.org/hurricane-relief.