2018 Tornado Relief Efforts
Tornado Relief Efforts
Ways we are involved in the tornado relief effort locally:
Many of us have already made some contacts and offered assistance. West Market Church will be involved with the tornado relief effort for months to come. As the First Responders open up more areas for volunteers, plan to get involved. Immediately, there are several ways you can help in the organized efforts to meet the needs of the residents and businesses in the path of the tornado. Below is a list of contact information:
Disaster Resource Center Opening April 19
GREENSBORO, NC (April 18, 2018) – In partnership with Guilford County, the City of Greensboro is opening a “Disaster Resource Center” on Thursday, April 19 at the Willow Oaks Community Center, 1815 Everitt St., for residents affected by this weekend’s tornado. The center will be open from 9 am to 7 pm each day Thursday through Saturday, April 21, with an option to extend days if necessary.
Greensboro staff, American Red Cross and Guilford County Social Services will be on hand to perform an initial needs assessment with affected residents to help determine what services are needed moving forward.
For more information, contact Donna Gray, community relations manager for the City of Greensboro, at 336-373-2723 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
City of Greensboro needs bottled water, food, blankets, tarps, plywood, gloves, trash bags, doctors and nurses, people with chain saws, general help with debris. To volunteer call the HOTLINE below:
2208 Everitt Street
Mustard Seed Clinic needs bottled water (individual and gallons), bags of ice, coolers, charcoal, tarps.
Deliver 8:30 am – 5 pm weekdays to:
Mustard Seed Community Health
238 South English St.
Dr. Beth Mulberry is collecting bag lunches for the community and needs volunteers.
Call 336-314-5489 for information or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Red Cross is collecting towels and can be dropped off at Glenwood Recreation Center near Hope Academy on Florida street.
Goodwill is accepting household goods, furniture, clothing, home goods, and school supplies from 9am to 8pm Monday through Saturday.
United Way of Greensboro is accepting monetary donations online:
or dropped off at:
1500 Yanceyville St. (Checks noted for “Tornado Relief")
Interactive Resource Center needs water, non-perishable food items delivered to:
407 Washington St.
8 am – 5 pm through Friday
8 am – 2 pm on Saturday
The Greensboro News & Record has a list of agencies and churches located in the relief area who are involved in the work.
Please contact these agencies to be specific as to their immediate needs before you make a purchase and attempt a delivery. Roads are still very impassable and attempting to get to the heart of the storm area may hamper efforts of first responders, field operations and Duke Energy. Check back frequently for updated information about future relief efforts, as the needs will continue to change as we move forward.