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Ways We Give Relief & Help To Tornado Victims

First Response Supplies

Tornado victims are in need of packaged food, bottled water and first-aid equipment. Even a small sum wil help.

Logistical Guidance

Any help with transportation of materials or personell is welcome. We value any useful information and qualified guidance.

Hot Meals

Сooking stations work 24/7 to supply people in affected communities with nutrient-enriched food and hot drinks.

Team Development

Cooperate with other experienced volunteers and organizations to build brand new support infrastructure that will last.

Rebuilding

We help people to restore dwellings. Become a volunteer or make a donation to help families rebuild their homes.

Health Care

Help people recover faster by donating blood. You can give blood at the American Red Cross centers across the country.

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Tornado Safety Checklist

A tornado is a violently rotating column of air extending from the base of a thunderstorm down to the ground

  • What should I do to prepare for a tornado?
  • What should I do if a tornado is threatening?
  • What do I do after a tornado?
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What should I do to prepare for a tornado?

  • During any storm, listen to local news or a NOAA Weather Radio to stay informed about watches and warnings.
  • Know your community’s warning system. Communities have different ways of warning residents about tornados, with many having sirens intended for outdoor warning purposes.
  • Pick a safe room in your home where household members and pets may gather during a tornado. This should be a basement, storm cellar or an interior room on the lowest floor with no windows.
  • Practice periodic tornado drills so that everyone knows what to do if a tornado is approaching.
  • Consider having your safe room reinforced. Plans for reinforcing an interior room to provide better protection can be found on the FEMA.
  • Prepare for high winds by removing diseased and damaged limbs from trees.
  • Move or secure lawn furniture, trash cans, hanging plants or anything else that can be picked up by the wind and become a projectile.
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What should I do if a tornado is threatening?

  • During any storm, listen to local news or a NOAA Weather Radio to stay informed about watches and warnings.
  • Know your community’s warning system. Communities have different ways of warning residents about tornados, with many having sirens intended for outdoor warning purposes.
  • Pick a safe room in your home where household members and pets may gather during a tornado. This should be a basement, storm cellar or an interior room on the lowest floor with no windows.
  • Practice periodic tornado drills so that everyone knows what to do if a tornado is approaching.
  • Consider having your safe room reinforced. Plans for reinforcing an interior room to provide better protection can be found on the FEMA.
  • Prepare for high winds by removing diseased and damaged limbs from trees.
  • Move or secure lawn furniture, trash cans, hanging plants or anything else that can be picked up by the wind and become a projectile.
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What do I do after a tornado?

  • During any storm, listen to local news or a NOAA Weather Radio to stay informed about watches and warnings.
  • Know your community’s warning system. Communities have different ways of warning residents about tornados, with many having sirens intended for outdoor warning purposes.
  • Pick a safe room in your home where household members and pets may gather during a tornado. This should be a basement, storm cellar or an interior room on the lowest floor with no windows.
  • Practice periodic tornado drills so that everyone knows what to do if a tornado is approaching.
  • Consider having your safe room reinforced. Plans for reinforcing an interior room to provide better protection can be found on the FEMA.
  • Prepare for high winds by removing diseased and damaged limbs from trees.
  • Move or secure lawn furniture, trash cans, hanging plants or anything else that can be picked up by the wind and become a projectile.

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