As I mentioned in a Nashville themed blog post last November, Nashville, Tennessee is one of my all-time favorite cities. While I only spent a short period of time there, I was devastated to hear about the floods that swept through the vibrant city. My heart goes out to all of the victims, but especially to my friend Jamie’s grandparents, who have temporarily relocated to her house in Atlanta while their house is repaired.
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To donate funds:
- Donate to the Nashville chapter of the Red Cross online, through text message, by phone or with a check.
* Checks may be mailed to: Nashville Area Red Cross at 2201 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville, TN 37203.
* Make a donation over the phone by calling 1-615- 250-4300.
* Text message REDCROSS to 90999 to make an automatic $10.00 donation (charge will be reflected in your monthly cell phone bill).
* Visit http://www.nashvilleredcross.org/general.asp?SN=8522&OP=8919&IDCapitulo=78T3Z2WSK0 to donate online.
- Donate to The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, in partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Emergency Management.
* Give money online to the Metro Nashville Disaster Response Fund and/or the Tennessee Emergency Relief Fund by visiting http://www.cfmt.org/floodrelief/
* Checks can be mailed to P.O. Box 440225, Nashville, TN, 37244.
If you are in the Tennessee area or plan to travel to the region to work with recovery teams:
- Hands On Nashville is soliciting flood volunteers and will reach out to registered volunteers as needed. Register online at www.hon.org
- Second Harvest Food Bank is a central distribution center for companies, groups, and individuals to help provide food for Middle Tennessee’s victims. You can sign up to volunteer and/or make a donation online at www.secondharvestmidtn.org
Please take action to aid the devastated victims of Tennessee flooding- whether you donate money, time, or supplies, your support can make a huge impact.