How You Can Help Nashville Tornado Relief
** Photos From WTVF.**
We are devastated to see the destruction and loss our beloved city has incurred. The death toll is rising and the devastation is unfathomable. One of the things that makes Nashville so amazing is the community. Neighbors help neighbors. People here are strong and generous, but it’s going to take help from all around to rebuild. A State Of Emergency has been declared for Tennessee and it’s time to step in and help.
** The Disaster Distress Helpline 1-800-985-5990 can also provide immediate counseling to anyone in need of help coping with the mental or emotional effects of the storms. The Helpline is a 24-hour-a-day, seven-day-a-week and free resource. **
HOW YOU CAN HELP NASHVILLE TORNADO RELIEF
* If you are someone you know needs help moving their salvageable items to a safe place, Black Tie Moving has their fleet of trucks and workers out helping free of charge.
* Hands On Nashville– They are working with the city and have a volunteer list. They will begin with volunteer clean up as soon as it’s safe to do so.
* You can donate to the Middle Tennessee Disaster Relief Fund, HERE.
* They need bleach, gloves, box cutters, etc. for clean up efforts. They also need personal hygiene items. The nonprofit Community Resource Center (www.crcnashville.org/) is the official agency for product donation.
*The Belonging Co. Church- you can text “TBCORELIEF” to 97000 if you need any type of help at all.Church teams are standing by ready to help.
* Home Street Home TN – This organization helps Nashville’s homeless community. This tornado hit a large homeless camp. They lost everything of the little they had. You can go to their site to donate or volunteer. You can also text LUV2020 to 44321 to donate.
* Supply Drop Locations:
Meet + Greet Nashville
1910 21st Avenue
WNDC Dream Streets Food Truck- Back Door Open
Parked in front of St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church
2704 Torbet St. Nashville, TN 37209
Cross Point Church Bellevue
(Water bottles, non perishable snacks, bread, peanut butter, flash lights, garbage bags, work gloves, hand sanitizer, old towels, coloring books/crayons)