139 Responses to “Alabama tornado relief: How you can help”

  1. Ann Burt says:

    Several people that visit our truckin’ livecam have donated via Paypal for the tornado victims. How do I get these monies to those that need it? I lived in Alabama for 20+ years, and the pictures I’m seeing are just heartbreaking!

  2. Raymond Chambless says:

    Raymond;s Automotive Service in Columbus,Ga. is accepting all canned food,bottled water and other items needed for everyday use for the storm victims.Our address is 2900 2nd Ave Columbus,Ga. 31904…phone number is 706-221-3838.

  3. […] Thanks so much for the outpouring of concern after the storm. It’s nice to know that I was in so many of your thoughts. I really appreciate it ♥ I feel very blessed to be alive and to have suffered no damage despite being literally down the road from the tornado. Sadly, many others were not as fortunate. A large chunk of my home state is suffering right now. Please keep Alabama in your prayers and help if you can […]

  4. […] Alabama Possible (list of needs – from volunteers needed to supplies and everything in between) […]

  5. Eileen says:

    All Books-A-Million locations accepting Salvation Army donations. Round your purchase to the next dollar and donate the change!

  6. Help the Children of Tuscaloosa, this site organized by the PTA. Immediate help!

  7. […] In the meantime, the recovery effort is ongoing and heartening. There are plenty of ways to help; this page at the Alabama Possible web site is a great place to start for such […]

  8. Karla says:

    What about Bridgeport,Alabama?They are in need as well

  9. Chris Tate says:

    The Lee County EMA and Auburn University have set up a central donation drop off point at the Ham Wilson Livestock Arena, located at 650 S. Donahue Drive in Auburn, AL. It is on the Auburn University campus. We’re open 7am until midnight through Wednesday. Times and locations after Wednesday will be determined later and posted via facebook/twitter.

  10. Tim King says:

    Two sons..Sophmore & Junior at the university..They have been doing what they can..I want to help..But still have to work..Weekends I am free..Been A while but can an operate almost any equipment…Backhoe , trackhoe, loaders “all sizes”,forklifts, manlifts, The list goes on ..However this computer is not on that list..I know the task is large..If I can help? Email me….

  11. Kayla says:

    Lds humanitarian fund is the most efficient charity. Look it up

  12. Heather Whitehead says:

    Ohatchee does still need donations – particularly canned, ready-to-eat, and pre-packaged foods, and bottled and canned drinks and juice packs. They have plenty of clothing and other supplies, but are out of food and similar consumables, and people are still without power in that area.

  13. Debbie McCune says:

    I have a question. I have heard that people who get their food stamps the end of the month got food stamps on May 1st. That these benifits were to replace the food that was lost due to the disaster. That they then will get their regular benifits again on the day that they are supposed to get them again. Is this true does anyone know?

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  15. Robyn Hyden says:

    Thank you. List updated to reflect this information.

  16. Robyn Hyden says:

    Debbie, It is true that benefits will be posted early (see this link: http://www.dhr.alabama.gov/news/news_detail.aspx?ID=5003) but you may want to call DHR to find out if benefits will be posted again at the end of the month. (334) 242-1310

  17. […] Alabama Possible – list of ways to donate & places to drop off items […]

  18. Jackie@ Home Instead Senior Care/Mobile & Baldwin Counties says:

    Home Instead Senior Care is collecting items for seniors at our office at 1141 Montlimar Dr., Suite 2015 in Mobile, AL. We are asking for Pharmacy gift cards, Ensure, Diabetic supplies, Readers/Magnifiers, Lightweight Blankets/Sheets, Depends, Toiletries, Sanitary/Baby Wipes, Flashlights and Batteries. Any cash donated will be used to purchase pharmacy gift cards to help seniors purchase medications, etc. For additional information call 251.342.6655.

  19. […] the latest details on how you can help visit Alabama Possible or Toomer’s for Tuscaloosa.  Do you have an idea of how to get kids involved with helping […]

  20. […] In the wake of the devastating storms Wednesday, 250 Alabamians are confirmed dead, 1700 injured, and hundreds more are missing. Facing these immediate needs can be overwhelming, but there are many ways for us to give, volunteer and advocate for our friends and neighbors: Please visit the following website to search for way that you can help. Ways to volunteer and donate. […]

  21. […] thoughtful people who are helping and contributing should not be discouraged. I understand that it makes us feel better to put a case of water on a […]

  22. […] Tornado relief: How you can help in Alabama – Extremely comprehensive list of ways to help Alabama and ways to help IN Alabama http://alabamapossible.org/2011/04/tornado-relief-how-you-can-help/ […]

  23. […] would like to request that you follow this link to the Alabama Tornado Relief Effort.  Many here are without food, shelter or clothing.  Please […]

  24. […] would like to request that you follow this link to the Alabama Tornado Relief Effort.  Many here are without food, shelter or clothing.  Please […]

  25. […] For more information, you can check out the Facebook Page, “Couponing for a Cause,” or mail coupons/inserts directly to:Owens Cross Roads Church of Christ P.O. Box 217 Owens Cross Roads, AL 35763. For other ways to help the victims of the midwest tornadoes, click here. […]

  26. […] Visit alabamapossible.org to see a full list of locations accepting these types of […]

  27. Angelo V B says:

    In the aftermath of this devastation, there would seem to be a need for electricians. If there are contractors hiring master electricians, it would be appreciated if they would contact me at avb1940@aol.com.
    Thanks

  28. I am selling t-shirts to support tornado relief efforets. Maybe you live to far away to physically help, but you can help raise funds and awareness by purchasing our t-shirts! Tell your friends!

    http://www.southerrelief.com

  29. […] Visit Alabama Possible for a list of even more ways you can give, volunteer, and advocate for tornado relief efforts. Thank you, thank you, thank you! from → Uncategorized ← I’m Kinda Loving… LikeBe the first to like this post. No comments yet […]

  30. Belinda says:

    How and where can I APPLY to get help with food after the tornadoes? I was without power for a week, and all of my food in my freezer and fridge was ruined. Where can I get help to get food to replace the food that was lost?

  31. Robyn Hyden says:

    Belinda, you can apply for food assistance through the Alabama Department of Human Resources: http://www.dhr.alabama.gov/services/Food_Assistance/Food_Assistance_Division.aspx

    You can also visit a local food pantry. Call 2-1-1 for information on emergency food assistance in your area.

  32. Karyn says:

    My family lives in Atmore,AL. We would love to volunteer and would like to know of the areas that need volunteers the most, those who don’t have enough volunteers, how far away you are and where and who do I need to talk to?????

  33. USING SOCIAL MEDIA SKILLS TO BRING HELP TO TORNADO VICTIMS…

    My name is Sandra and I’m the wife of your former Post Master, Mark Woodward. We’re members of the Mobile Chamber of Commerce and live in Daphne, AL. As you may know, I founded BrokeButNotForLong, Inc., a nonprofit 501(c)(3) charity in 2009. We provi…

  34. […] Alley has found a link to share that leads people to donate to help the recent victims of tornados in the southern US. She also shares other ways to help “SALVATION ARMY text GIVE to 80888 to […]

  35. June says:

    Can you please add:

    http://toomersfortuscaloosa.com/

    to your list? They are doing great things! Check out the website!

  36. […] Alabama Possible is listing tons of organizations that are taking not only financial donations, but food, water, and clothing donations through the state.  […]

  37. Debbie McCune says:

    Does anyone know what the 200.00 deposite on peoples food stamps were for today?

  38. […] to help? A big list of links just for that purpose can be found at the Alabama Possible site here.  Go. Peruse. Donate. Do what you can.  236 have been confirmed dead, and those numbers are […]

  39. Amanda says:

    Alot of you may not be aware, there is a small town just south of Cullman that was hit hard too. It is called Hanceville. They are in need of EVERYTHING!! Clothes, Food, Tarps, ALL baby items…No where on this site is this place listed….If Anyone can help PLEASE keep them in your thoughts and donations. My daughters 12U softball team is doing a Donation Drive tomorrow for these people in this small town. Neither Fema nor Red Cross has showed up and the Salvation Army pulled out and left them last night.

  40. neta sowder says:

    my husband and i would like to cojme help our neighbors…

  41. neta sowder says:

    who do we need to talk to and where do we go…

  42. […] Alabama possible A great collection of ways to help. […]

  43. Quora says:

    The Tornadoes’ Toll in Alabama…

    In Phil Campbell, Alabama, an EF-5 tornado killed 2.4% of residents on Wednesday, April 27. In Sawyerville, Alabama, a town of 2500, almost 40% of residents live below the poverty line. Fewer than 60% of adults have a high school diploma. 2007 per-capi…

  44. Tina says:

    Cullman Christian School, a K-12 community nonprofit school in Cullman, AL was destroyed by tornado. We are in need for funds to purchase modular classrooms to continue school in August. Please help. Tax- deductible donations can be made online securely via http://championevents.donordrive.com/event/ccs/

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