Astros' Carlos Correa and wife Daniella talk about disaster relief fundraiser

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Astros shortstop Carlos Correa and his wife Daniella Rodriguez are joining together Alex Bregman in showing up to help Houstonians in dire straits after a powerful winter storm hit the city earlier this week.

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From no power to no running water, thousands of residents have been helplessly hoping for the return of normalcy, all while enduring a global pandemic.

Correa's fundraising campaign will dedicate itself to serving families without power, water, food or shelter in Houston's underserved communities.

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Some Houstonians admitted to having to boil snow to have a bit of hot water to do even the most basic thing like washing your hands or using the bathroom.

His campaign is in collaboration with the Astros Foundation, NACC Disaster Services and Kids' Meals Houston.

As of early Friday afternoon, Correa had raised $725 off of six contributions.

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