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On Tuesday, a wave of tornados ravaged the community of Arabi in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana, leaving thousands without power and killing at least one person. Now, Humidity is holding a charity raffle to raise money for the nonprofit Louisiana Mutual Aid and assist those affected by the storm.

The skate shop announced on Instagram yesterday that Humidity’s owner Philly Santosuosso, has donated several Nike SB Dunks from his personal collection for this charity raffle pictured above. A total of six SB Dunk styles will be up for grabs, highlighted by the Supreme’s “Barkroot Brown” SB Dunk Low, SB Dunk High “Gundam,” and “Chicago” SB Dunk Low.

Each raffle ticket costs $10 and fans are allowed an unlimited number of entries. It’s worth noting that fans won’t be able to choose which pair they’re entering the raffle for. Humidity’s charity raffle will end on April 1 at 12 p.m. CST. To buy a raffle ticket, click here.

 

Article written by Victor Deng #SoleCollector

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