The needs are great and at times feels so overwhelming. So many families in Middle Tennessee were affected by the tornado that came through our towns on March 3, 2020. As I'm receiving the info I'm doing my best to share to anyone, anyone at all, who feels the need to help Middle Tennessee and its families recover from this natural disaster. As more needs come in, I will be updating this list. You can also follow me on Instagram and view my stories to get direct links to this info. If you are unable to help by donating, please know your prayers are so incredibly appreciated as well. Thank you so much for supporting our beautiful city!
FOLLOW THIS LINK to buy requested supplies from Amazon and have shipped to the Community Resource Center here in Nashville. The need for all supplies is great, but I have received word diapers are an immediate need.
Purchase these I BELIEVE IN NASHVILLE shirts ranging from $24.99-$28.99 and all proceeds go directly to help those affected.
Purchase this NASHVILLE DOES IT BETTER shirt for $19.99 and all proceeds go to Community Fund of Middle TN for disaster relief.
NASHVILLE RESCUE WOMENS AND CHILDREN'S CENTER is without power. There are over 250 residents here!! There is an immediate need for flashlights, batteries, battery powered fans, towels, supplies to make sandwiches or individually wrapped made sandwiches, snacks and drinks. You can drop off or mail supplies to 1716 Rosa L. Parks Blvd.
Middle Tennessee family Matt and Macy Collins lost their daughter Hattie in the tornado and they along with their other daughter remain in the hospital. Donate here to help them cover funeral costs, medical bills, and rebuild their lives.
HG Middle School in Belle Meade has many students affected by the tornados and are accepting non perishable food items. Drop off or mail supplies to 150 Davidson Rd. Nashville TN 37205