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Here Are Some Ways To Help Victims Of The Nashville Tornado

Debris is piled up by a damaged business Wednesday, March 4, 2020, in Nashville, Tenn. Residents and businesses face a huge cleanup effort after tornadoes hit the state Tuesday, killing at least 24 people and leaving many others missing. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

On the night of March 2nd, a series of tornadoes touched down across middle Tennessee, impacting Nashville and surrounding areas, claiming over two dozen lives and injuring hundreds.

After the Memorial Day tornadoes that affected our own area last year, Dayton saw an outpouring of support from cities all over the nation. We are #DaytonStrong, and now, #NashvilleStrong. To find ways to help out, visit any of the links below:


Visit Music City Website:  visitmusiccity.com/nashvillestrong

Donate funds to the Community Foundation’s Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund: cfmt.org

Volunteer at Hands On Nashville: hon.org

American Red Cross: The local chapter of this organization is on hand to assess needs and provide relief. It’s always looking for help. Find it here.

United Way: The local chapter has launched a relief fund for middle Tennessee. Text RELIEF2020 to 41444 or donate online.

Donate Items: If you’re in the area and want to donate items (no clothing), the Nashville Emergency Operations Center has a way to do that. Find it here.

Volunteer in Mt. Juliet: Potential volunteers can sign up at the local police portal here.

GoFundMe: The crowdfunding site has a dedicated page for all verified campaigns related to the Tennessee tornado disaster. Find it here.



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