Tornado Relief

How You Can Still Help

Tarps are being given out at the Disaster Relief Centers until 7pm.  Any resident who is still in need of a tarp should call the City Contact Center at 336-373-CITY

Tide Loads of Hope has set up a free laundry service at Evangel Fellowship Church of God, 2207 E. Cone Blvd.  It will be open from 9am to 5pm daily until Friday, April 27th.

U-Haul is offering one month of free self storage to residents impacted by the storm at its Triad locations.

The Red Cross continues to operate a shelter at the Windsor Recreation Center.

Willow Oaks Community Center, 1815 Everitt Street and Peeler Recreation Center, 1300 Sykes Avenue will be open from 10am to 7pm daily until further notice.  Representatives can help those who need long term housing, help with insurance claims and more.

The City is still looking for volunteers to help at Peeler Recreation Center and the Disaster Relief Centers.  You can sign up at volunteergso.org.

Personal hygiene products, including adult diapers and pet food are needed at the Interactive Resource Center at 407 E. Washington Street.

Union Grove Congregational Church is handing out free supplies until 6pm at 4629 Hicone Road Fire Station 13.

New Light Missionary Baptist Church, 1105 Willow Road in Greensboro is serving breakfast, lunch and dinner for those displaced by the storm.

Salvation Army is taking donations by credit card for our local Tornado Victims.  Call 336-235-0346 – Mention that it’s for disaster relief. All donations used locally!

An emergency shelter for tornado victims has opened at the Glenwood Center, 2010 Coliseum Boulevard in Greensboro. It’s open to anyone whose home could have been impacted by the storms and is pet-friendly.

Greensboro Tornado Relief Drop Off Locations:

Community Awarness Center-2200 East Market Street, Suite C-9am-5pm

221 Lounge-221 Summit Avenue-10am-8pm

Mount Zion Baptist Church-1301 Alamance Church road

Luxe Fragance Bar-219-B Southside Square-11:30am-7:30pm

YWCA Greensboro-1807 East Wendover Avenue

Renaissance Community Co-Op-2517 Phillips Avenue

Smitty's McDonalds-1101 Summit Avenue-Tuesday, April 24th-11:00am-1:00pm

World Victory International Christian Center is collecting non-perishable food, water, flashlights, batteries, clothes, baby wipes, diapers, cleaning supplies, towels, toiletries, etc. Tuesday-Friday from 9am-5pm at 1414 Cliffwood Drive in Greensboro.  For more info call 336-574-0202.

The International Civil Rights Center and Museum will be a collection center for new school supplies for teachers and students Wednesday, April 18th through Wednesday, April 25th from 11am-5pm in front of the museum.

The City of Greensboro Contact Center is looking for volunteers wanting to help with tornado cleanup. Call 336-373-CITY – that’s 336-373-2489.

Three schools in Guilford County will relocate to other schools for the remainder of the 2017-2018 academic year:  Hampton Elementary students will attend Reedy fork Elementary.  Peeler Elementary students will attend Bluford Elementary.  Erwin Montessori students will attend Alamance Elementary. 

The Salvation Army Center of Hope is open to those displaced by the storms.

The Hayes-Taylor YMCA is offering showers, changing rooms and stations for charging electronics.  All you need to bring is your own towel.

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