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CLARSKVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — Cleanup efforts are set to begin Monday morning after catastrophic tornadoes ripped through Middle Tennessee on Saturday, killing at least six.

CLARKSVILLE/MONTGOMERY COUNTY

Volunteers are asked to gather at 8 a.m. Monday at Mosaic Church located at 1020 Garrettsburg Road. Since parking is limited, volunteers should carpool if possible.

County school buses will take volunteers from the church to designated cleanup locations. Buses will run on a two-hour schedule.
Those who want to help must sign waivers. Additionally, be prepared by dressing in appropriate attire: work gloves, closed-toe shoes, etc.

“We appreciate your willingness to volunteer as we help our neighbors through this traumatic and historic event,” the city wrote.
Anyone with questions about volunteer can call (931) 245-2988 for more information.

A Virginia nonprofit called Mercy Chefs has deployed to Clarksville in the aftermath of the tornadoes to serve hot, chef-prepared meals. The team is going to be stationed at Mosaic Church in Clarksville, serving meals to victims, first responders and volunteers. It expects to serve two meals a day and distribute up to 2,000 meals per day over the next few days.

T-Mobile’s Community Support team will be visiting the following locations on Monday to offer Wi-Fi and critical supplies including blankets, device charging, portable battery packs and charging cables:

Mosaic Church, 1020 Garrettsburg Rd, Clarksville, TN 37042 from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. CT
T-Mobile Store, 2644 Wilma Rudolph Blvd., Clarksville, TN 37040 from 2:00 – 6:00 p.m. CT

SUMNER COUNTY

The Salvation Army is serving areas of Hendersonville that were hit. One meal service unit will be set up in the Clearview Circle and Hunters Trail Area and then the unit will roam other areas hit hard by the storm.

The organization says if the community would like to help, monetary donations are the “most effective way” the Salvation Army can gather resources need. See below for donation info.

Online: HelpSalvationArmy.org

Phone: 1-800-SAL-ARMY

Mail: The Salvation Army, PO Box 436437, Louisville, KY, 40253 – please put December 2023 Middle Tennessee Tornadoes on your memo line.

Additionally, United Way of Sumner County is collaborating with Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce Hendersonville, TN to serve as Disaster Relief Headquarters at The Streets 300 Indian Lake Blvd, Suite D160 (Hendersonville Chamber Event space) . Organizers are working with local officials, EMS, and The Red Cross to ensure we are meeting the needs of the community.

Click here for details on how to provide help and how to receive help for disaster relief.

DAVIDSON COUNTY

The Salvation Army is serving areas of Madison that were hit. One meal service unit will be set up at the corner of Nesbitt and Heritage Place. A second will be roaming other areas hit by the storm.

The organization says if the community would like to help, monetary donations are the “most effective way” the Salvation Army can gather resources need. See below for donation info.

Online: HelpSalvationArmy.org

Phone: 1-800-SAL-ARMY

Mail: The Salvation Army, PO Box 436437, Louisville, KY, 40253 – please put December 2023 Middle Tennessee Tornadoes on your memo line.

NOTE: Monetary donations are also being accepted at all Kroger locations in Middle Tennessee and southern Kentucky. All proceeds will go directly to the American Red Cross to aid victims.

On Monday, Amazon activated its Disaster Relief Hun to assist those affected. Teams have packed more than 18,000 relief items to help those who were impacted.

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