Al arrived in Charleston, West Virginia, for the final day of the 10th anniversary Lend a Hand tour. He has given away a record more than $9 million.
This morning, Al and our Lend a Hand donors provided more than $1.4 million in goods and services to The Covenant House.
The charity works tirelessly to prevent homelessness and help those already there find stable housing. It opened its doors to more than 25,000 times last year to help people in need in the Charleston community.
"This day has been a real game-changer for us," said Melissa Doty, the CEO of The Covenant House.
Learn more about The Covenant House here. Watch a video about the charity below:
Total Day 5 Lend a Hand donation tally: $1,385,050
Complete list of donors
2(x)ist Men's Underwear
The Children's Place
Columbia Sportswear Company
Direct Relief International
Food Should Taste Good
Good Neighbor Pharmacy
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and The Learning Company
Johnson Outdoors, Ocean Kayak Old Town Canoe and Necky Kayaks
Oshkosh B'Gosh and Carter's Babies and Kids
Paula Deen Furniture by Universal Furniture
Paula Deen, Smithfield and the United Food and Commercial Workers Union
Penske Truck Rental
Raymond James & Associates
Rolston and Company
Sara Lee, Jimmy Dean, Ball Park and Hillshire Farms
Toyota / 100 Cars for Good
Triscuit Product and Home Farming Supplies
Unilever Brands Dove, Axe, Lipton and Knorr
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Read about earlier stops in the Lend a Hand tour:
Day 1: AK PRIDE in Anchorage, Alaska | Behind-the-scenes photos
Day 2: The Culinary Academy of Las Vegas | Behind-the-scenes photos
Day 3: Casa de Esperanza in Houston | Behind-the-scenes photos
Day 4: Community Kitchens in Birmingham | Behind-the-scenes photos