Our disaster services page was updated as of 10 a.m. this morning and will be updated throughout the day as new information comes in. You may notice that there is still information listed at the bottom from last year. These resources have not been enacted yet, but they may be, so we are keeping the information on standby. If they are enacted, the information will move up to the top of the page. You can also call or email email@example.com to share new information with us.
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Service update as of March 5, 2012 at 10 a.m.
- United Way's 2-1-1 is open to calls with disaster related needs Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. When the office is not open a message service will be taking messages for the next day. If you are experincing an immediate, life-threatening emergency, please call 9-1-1 as soon as possible.
Resources for Tornado Victims and Volunteers
Greenwood Baptist Church on Snow Hill Road is serving as a volunteer assignment center and is providing meals and drinks to volunteers. They are in need of Powerade and Gatorade drinks, a couple of pallettes.
- Orientation for spontaneous volunteers at the Red Cross again today, but time still to be announced. Anyone who is not a registered Red Cross volunteer, but would like to help us in this response effort, is welcome to attend the Orientation.
- Harrison—Bayside Baptist Church, 6100 Highway 58, Harrison TN
- Cleveland/Bradley County—St Therese Catholic Church
- Ooltewah High School (Command Center)
- Lakewood Baptist Church, Shorttail Springs, Hunter Rd.
- Salvation Army Canteen is traveling through affected neighborhoods with meals
Baby item Donations needed:
- Diaper Duty of Chattanooga is collecting Baby Formula and Diapers for tornado victims. Call 1-423-999-9718 if you have items you can donate or if you have been affected by the storms and need assistance.
Pets - Donations needed:
- Humane Educational Society is accepting pet food donations to help provide food for local animals that have lost their homes during the current storms. Dog and cat food can be dropped off at HES from 8am to 4pm. If you would like to donate but cannot make it during our hours of operation, you can leave the food in the breezeway up against the building and therefore out of the elements. Even a small bag of food will help a family. Please give if you can.
Volunteers Needed to Transport Food!
- Let us know if you can help transport food to those in need! Email Jeanine at firstname.lastname@example.org