“Honk for Support:” brothers drive donations up to Paradise

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People up and down the state are doing what they can to help the fire victims.

Thursday morning our news crew came across two brothers who had a cargo trailer filled with donations to take to Paradise. 

A “honk for support” is all the two brothers were asking for as they drove by Fresno with food, clothes and all sorts of donations.

“We’re basically doing what most people should try to do, give back a little bit,” said Nathen Punt. 

Nathen and William Punt left Bakersfield early Thursday morning with all sorts of community donations and with a purpose to help any way they can. 

“Hang out and give hugs and see what we can do, maybe play some music, brought a portable speaker so play some music, hear some stories,” said William Punt. 

Scribbled in their truck are the words “we care” and they want to show that by preparing food for anyone who may be hungry.

“We got a bunch of hotdogs and hotdog buns and all the condiments they are going to need so we are just going to set up our little spot and who ever wants to come out and grab a hotdog is more than welcome to,” said Nathen. 

On a quick pit stop to Fresno, locals went up to them and gave cash donations. 

All to contribute to their efforts.  

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