The Creighton basketball team is continuing to do its part in supporting flood victims.
During Tuesday's NIT game, the Bluejays encouraged fans to donate to the United Way Omaha by texting "JAYSFLOODRELIEF" to 41444 to help those in need. They'll be doing that again during Friday night's game against Memphis.
And coach Greg McDermott is chipping in too. He said in a tweet that he and his family will match donations made for flood victims up to $10,000.
You can also click here to donate directly to United Way.
Creighton is also partnering with local Chevrolet dealers to organize a drive for relief supplies, blankets, water and canned food. Fans can bring those items to the CHI Health Center beginning at 5:30 p.m. Friday. Dropoff locations are found at entrances to the convention center along 10th Street.
We are proud to partner with local Chevrolet dealers in support of flood relief efforts prior to our Friday night game against Memphis. Join us at CHI Health Center Omaha as we accept relief supplies, blankets, water and canned food. Help Stuff the Trucks, tomorrow at 5:30 PM! pic.twitter.com/Nn9xXMimSf— Creighton Men’s Basketball (@BluejayMBB) March 21, 2019