Easter Weekend Tornados

April 20th, 2020 | efforts | Comments Off

More than 100 tornadoes struck the southeast on Easter weekend. The loss of life was staggering and volunteers will be sparse due to COVID19. We are doing our part to help during what’s looking like a very active 2020 tornado season.

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Tornados in Central TN

March 30th, 2020 | efforts | Comments Off

Six tornadoes engulfed central Tennessee injuring hundreds and taking 24 lives. We helped many families who lost everything. When asked how they are coping with the loss they say, “we have family, old friends and new friends by our side, we’re not alone and we’ll make it through”. 

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Pearl River Flood, MS

March 30th, 2020 | efforts | Comments Off

Days of torrential rains unleashed a surge of water into the already swollen Pearl River fueling one of the most severe floods to hit central Mississippi in decades. We used a specialized debris hauling rig to go from home to home removing flood debris and helping the community get back to normal 

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Porter, OK Flood

June 28th, 2019 | efforts | Comments Off

May was an explosive month for tornadoes and floods. There were over 300 tornadoes in just two weeks and flooding in multiple states. We’ve been helping farming families in OK recover by helping to clear debris from their fields and houses, rebuild fences and install some new bridges and culverts.

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Dayton, OH Tornado

May 29th, 2019 | efforts | Comments Off

A historic tornado outbreak produced 225 confirmed tornadoes in just 12 days. Dayton, OH experienced some of the worst damage leaving neighborhood after neighborhood destroyed. We were fortunate to have many local volunteers work alongside us.

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