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Tennessee Serves Tornado Victims

Below is a running list of ongoing efforts to help victims of the storms that hit Middle Tennessee on Tuesday, March 3, and Southeast Tennessee on Sunday, April 12. To add an effort to the list below, please send it to Tennessee.Serves@sorevy.com.

Statewide:

Benton County: 

Bradley County:

CrossNet Baptist Network will lead volunteer coordination and delegation of disaster relief work orders. CrossNet is accepting calls for both volunteer opportunities as well as requests for assistance at the following telephone numbers: 423–310–0445 and 423–476–5493. Other efforts and organizations assisting those in need include:

Davidson County:

Volunteers wishing to assist in recovery efforts should express interest through Hands On Nashville. Other locations and organizations assisting those in need include:

Hamilton County:

Survivors in need of immediate assistance can contact the Red Cross of Southeast Tennessee or the Salvation Army of Chattanooga. Both of these organizations are also accepting volunteers. Other efforts and organizations assisting those in need include:

Marion County:

Polk County:

Putnam County:

Volunteers wishing to assist in recovery efforts should email HelpNow@PutnamCountysorevy.com. Supplies and food are available to survivors at the distribution center located at 620 S. Jefferson Ave., Suite 208 B.  Other efforts and organizations assisting those in need include:

Wilson County:

Volunteers wishing to assist in recovery efforts may contact Ray Justice with the Volunteer and Donation Coordinating Committee at 615-975-0292 or rjustice@mtjuliet-sorevy.com. Other efforts and organizations assisting those in need include: