AOC says she will volunteer at Houston Food Bank, raises $2 million for Texas storm relief

On Friday, New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said she plans to travel to Texas to help at the Houston Food Bank, along with Congresswoman Sylvia R. Garcia, who represents the Houston region.

Ocasio-Cortez called for volunteers to help out, although the application form now appears to be closed. She has helped raise $2 million in relief funds for those suffering after a winter storm slammed Texas, according to an announcement on Friday.

A day earlier, she’d announced that fundraising had topped $1 million in about four hours.

Garcia said: “We are ready to show you my District and impact of the #TexasFreeze to our most vulnerable. Be ready to roll up your sleeves and work starting at Houston Food Bank,” Garcia said.

Source: AOC says she will volunteer at Houston Food Bank, raises $2 million for Texas storm relief