Weekdays you can catch DJ Mr. Rogers on 93.7 the Beat 6pm-10pm and weekends you can catch him at the hottest parties making people put their hands in the air as they yell out the words to their favorite Hip Hop and r&b songs. Although he makes it look easy you can't help but wonder how does he do it all. He's a son, a brother, father of 2, a loving fiance, a trendsetter, Houston's most requested DJ, and a street philanthropist. After witnessing his city go under water and families cry out for help, Rogers used his social media family (80 K followers) to take matters into his own hands. Before shelters and donation centers could even take action DJ Mr. Rogers gathered his close friends/family, a truck, and care packages and headed straight to the streets to help the people suffering from the disastrous Hurricane Harvey. It was only a matter of time before ABC 13 caught up with him and his crew to get a glimpse of Mr Rogers Hurricane relief plan. From getting families into hotel rooms, to delivering them emergency supplies, to even driving a pregnant friend to a safe place so she can have her baby, Mr. Rogers definitely deserves an honorable recognition from the city of Houston. Thank you to our Neighborhood Hero DJ Mr. Rogers!
Here's how you can help DJ Mr. Rogers on his journey:
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Day 4: The water has dried up in many areas, but some people are still trapped in their homes or displaced from their homes. We are here to help. If anyone in the Pearland/Manvel/Alvin/SE Houston area need anything (food, personal hygiene products, Diapers, baby formula, or Hotel rooms) please send me a DM asap. Let me know exactly what you need, first/last name, contact info, and address to your current location. #HurricaneHarvey
Pearland Costco opened their doors for us after hours for the cause. Must applaud them for this. Able to get more supplies to prepare for those in need tonight and tomorrow. I'm back in these Pearland, Manvel, SE Houston streets with the squad in a few so hit my DM if you need anything at all. (Food, diapers, water, baby formula, toilet paper, soap, etc).