Alabama Tornado Relief Resources

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Alabama Tornado Relief Resources

The tornadoes that devastated Alabama on April 27th touched down within many different areas of the Black Warrior River watershed. Our hearts and minds are with those who were affected by the tornadoes and we encourage people to help our fellow Alabamians recover.

Volunteer and donation opportunities

United Way of Central Alabama 211 statewide help line

Dial 211 or 1-888-421-1266. Alabama’s Statewide 2-1-1 Volunteer Call Center is a 24/7 volunteer and donations hotline that provides an opportunity for people to connect to available volunteer and donation options. Volunteers are needed to staff the 211 statewide help line

Register for Disaster Aid

People must register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to qualify for disaster relief: 1-800-621-FEMA or

Hurricane Creekkeeper Tornado Relief Fund

Hurricane Creekkeeper John Wathen in Holt was affected by the tornado there and is now organizing recovery efforts in his area, so our allies at Waterkeeper Alliance have created a safe online way for people to make a donation to help John (; just make sure to choose “Hurricane Creekkeeper Tornado Disaster Recovery” from the Gift Designation box.

Map of affected areas in Alabama:



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