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Click the link below to give a monetary donation to our tornado relief fund. Please select “Tornado Relief” in the drop down list of funds.
OPPORTUNITIES TO SERVE
+ Beginning Monday, January 3rd, the staging area for tornado relief volunteers will occur at the Greenwood Mall Disaster Relief Center. The donations center at the Old Sears (Greenwood Mall) needs personal shoppers to assist guests, sorters, and heavy lifters from 7:30-4pm Monday-Friday.
FOOD PREP AND DISTRIBUTION
+ Local churches are working with World Central Kitchen to streamline and organize ways our community can help with food distribution and food preparation. If you would like to help with food related prep or distribution, please contact World Central Kitchen. The contact is Whitney at email@example.com or +1 (347) 512-5075
+ Click here to schedule an appointment to donate blood.
SERVICES AVAILABLE IF YOU HAVE BEEN IMPACTED (Resident or Business):
+If you are contacted or meet anyone that is strictly from the community needing assistance due to the tornado, please direct them to the United Way of Southern Kentucky. They can dial 211 or call (270) 843-3205.
IF YOU NEED MENTAL HEALTH ASSISTANCE OR CASE MANAGEMENT RESOURCE
IF YOU NEED HELP WITH DAMAGE OR DEBRIS
IF YOU ARE AFFECTED BY BGMU FIBER OUTAGE
IF YOU NEED TRANSPORTATION
IMPORTANT FOR CLEAN UP
Please separate natural debris (tree limbs, branches) piles from building material or household materials and place at curb. This debris must be separated, as it has to be handled differently for disposal. **IF YOU GET IT TO THE CURB, OUR LOCAL RECOVERY WORKERS WILL TAKE IT FROM THERE. Be sure to use ONLY contractors licensed by our local Contractors Licensing Board! More info will follow.
Assume power lines are energized. As utility workers work to restore power and lines are replaced, you may not realize lines are active. Any line, guide wire or pole that is entangled with debris of any kind needs to be handled by a utility worker.