Friday, June 21, 2024
Friday, June 21, 2024
HomeAll The NewsJTC Responding After Tennessee Tornados

JTC Responding After Tennessee Tornados

      Just the Crumbs (JTC) is currently on the field in the Clarksville, Tenn. area after the tornadoes that crossed through the area on Saturday, Dec. 9. According to the National Weather Service, the greater Nashville region was pummeled by an estimated 13 tornadoes. Clarksville was hit with an EF-3 tornado that had 150 mph winds and was 600 yards in width that destroyed 91 homes and damaged 675. An EF-2 tornado also tore through Madison, Hendersonville and Gallatin, with winds up to 125 mph and a width of 400 yards. Officials said 6 people died Saturday night in Clarksville and Madison, and 83 people were reportedly transported to area hospitals.

      “The damage is heavy, and several have lost their lives, their homes and are affected in many ways. We would appreciate any support you can give us and prayers are always needed,” said Bryson Haden with JTC. “Volunteers, prayer and funds are what is needed,” he added.

      If you would like to volunteer, contact Brandy Haden at (601) 441-4586 to set up a time to help.

      You can also help by making a donation at paypal.me/JustTheCrumbs or via the BMA Missions website where you can designate your offering for Disaster Relief at tiny.cc/BMADisasterRelief. Donations can be mailed to Just The Crumbs, 10 Wagon Trail, Sumrall, Miss. 39482; or BMA Missions, P.O. Box 878, Conway, Ark. 72033. (Please specify for “Just The Crumbs.”)

RELATED ARTICLES