The generosity of the community around St Asaph has been "a lifeline", a volunteer tells ITV Wales.
Joan Barker, from the WVRS, has been one of the volunteers sorting the donations at the leisure centre.
"One lady came in wanting a kettle, a toaster... she had absolutely nothing left in her house" she told Ian Lang.
"We've had people in and out all morning bringing clothes, food, household goods and toiletries"
"People have been so good all through the morning and yesterday bringing all this stuff in. It's unbelievable".
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