Hurricane Harvey: Updated list of concession sites in Alabama to assistance Texas charge victims
August 31, 2017 - garden totes
Relief efforts for those influenced by Hurricane Harvey are gearing adult as tens of thousands along a southeast Texas seashore are battling life-threatening floods.
You can see a list of inhabitant and Texas formed service efforts here. Here are service efforts underway in Alabama:
Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions is collecting donations to support charge victims. You can present here or mail check to Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions, Hurricane Harvey Relief, P.O. Box 11870, Montgomery, Alabama 36111 with “hurricane relief” in memo line.
Church of a Highlands is readying volunteers for assistance in Texas. Donations can be done by Church of a Highlands’ online giving portal (click on a Hurricane Harvey Relief tab) or give by a Association of Related Churches. You might also content a volume of your present and a keywords Highlands HR to 45777.
North Alabama Conference of a United Methodist Church’s Northwest Disaster Response Warehouse (located in Decatur) is collecting reserve and donations for service kits. Volunteers are also indispensable to routine requests as they come in. The organisation is also seeking people to start collecting equipment for UMCOR Cleaning Buckets and Health Kits. There will also be a need for prosaic shovels, garden rakes, wheelbarrows, fans, complicated avocation prolongation cords, leather gloves, nitrile (not latex) gloves, and disposable Tyvek coveralls.
United Way of Central Alabama is collecting donations for Harvey relief.
First Baptist Church in Albertville is collecting income to assistance send a 53-foot tractor trailer installed with blurb food to a Convention Center in Houston. The idea is to lift $25,000 with all deduction going to Operation Barbeque, that will yield as many as 30,000 dishes a day for a subsequent few weeks. You can make your present during First Baptist Church, 309 East Main Street, Albertville, AL 35950 or donate here.
Joe’s World Famous Pizza in Athens is collecting canned goods, bottled water, diapers, baby regulation and other baby items. On Friday, Sept. 1, donations value during slightest $5 will accept a giveaway 8-inch cheese pizza or an any 8-inch pizza with a concession valued during $10 or more. Cub Scout Pack 282 is assisting. All donations will be shipped to Texas around Signature Flight Support on Sept. 4.
Ridgeline Construction in Athens is collecting box fans; 25-foot complicated avocation 14-guage prolongation cords; 2-gallon garden sprayers; flat-billed shovels; rakes with 3-inch tines; circle barrows (2-wheeled). Items can be forsaken off during 13800 Mooresville Rd. Athens, AL 35613 before Friday morning.
Levite Jewish Community Center in Birmingham is collecting new blankets, sheets, socks, toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, diapers, baby wipes, salty resolution and rabble bags.
Hatching Hope, a Birmingham-based charity, is collecting donations for disaster service kits, that embody mattress, blankets, pillows, toiletries, etc. Cost is $35. Donations of $10 will yield a teddy bear to children replaced by disaster. You can present here.
City of Birmingham is collecting equipment to support with inundate victims in Texas. Items can be forsaken off during Boutwell Auditorium during 1930 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr Blvd. by Sunday, Sept. 3. Donations will be supposed from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. any day. Suggested donations embody canned goods, bottled water, cleaning reserve and canned pet food.
Donations will also be supposed during a opening gates to a UAB football diversion on Saturday. In further to a reserve listed above, diapers and adults diapers are also being accepted.
Greater Birmingham Humane Society is seeking proxy encourage homes for pets replaced by a storms. Contact Courtney during firstname.lastname@example.org or Daniel during email@example.com. The preserve is also charity a special so any of a animals can be adopted for usually $20 by Sunday, Sept. 3 to make room for encourage animals.
The Greater Alabama Council of Boy Scouts of America will control a food expostulate to advantage victims of Hurricane Harvey. In and with Wood Fruitticher, a Greater Alabama Council will horde a dump off Aug. 30 by Sept. 1 during a Scout bureau during 516 Liberty Parkway. Items will be collected 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday by Thursday and 8 a.m.-2 p.m. on Friday. All equipment forsaken off during a Scout bureau will afterwards be delivered to Boutwell Auditorium for support of a Hurricane Harvey victims. The categorical equipment indispensable embody canned goods, bottled water, cleaning reserve and canned pet food.
Collier’s Nursey in Birmingham is usurpation donations for Hurricane Harvey service by Friday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m.- noon. All equipment will be ecstatic to Boutwell Auditorium on Saturday afternoon. Items collected embody bottled water, canned foods, cleaning reserve and canned or bagged pet food.
Diocese of Birmingham is usurpation donations for a Texas Hurricane Relief Fund. Donations can be sent to Chancery Office during PO Box 12047, Birmingham, 35202.
Coastal Response Center is collecting equipment for whirly victims. Items being collected embody paper products, cleaning products, rubbish bags, hygiene products, non-perishable foods, pet foods, baby food, underclothes, shoes, initial support items, batteries and flashlights.
Dauphin Island, Mobile County
The Dauphin Island Chamber of Commerce are collecting equipment for whirly victims. Donated equipment should be in strange packaging. Being collected are: gloves; cosmetic rubber totes with lids; new prosaic make-up boxes; make-up tape; executive rabble bags; tarps; cosmetic sheeting; plate soap; bleach; sponges; plate dumpy brushes; pet food; diapers; bath, palm and plate towels; new socks; personification cards, paper products; delicate hygiene products; crayons and coloring books; pillows; and over-the opposite medication.
Donations can also be done during Mobile Government Plaza (205 Government Street, Mobile), Delta Disaster Services (5465-A Business Parkway, Theodore), Dauphin Island Town Hall (1011 Bienville Boulevard, Dauphin Island) and any genuine estate bureau on Dauphin Island.
Greystone Chiropractic (5426 Highway 280) is usurpation donations of bottled water, diapers (infant and adult) and canned pet food. All equipment will be ecstatic to Boutwell Auditorium for smoothness to Texas.
Hartselle area churches are collecting non-perishable food items, toiletries, cleaning supplies, blankets, diapers, tarps and new or good condition clothing. Drop off plcae is Life Church in downtown Hartselle from 6 a.m.-8 p.m. daily.
Alabama AM University has activated a “Hope for Tomorrow” puncture account for students from Houston. Donations will go to support faculty, students and things whose families and desired ones are impacted by a healthy disaster. You can present here.
Movement Church, located during 1469 Browns Ferry Road in Madison, is collecting equipment for whirly victims. Needed equipment embody diapers, baby wipes, baby formula, baby food, delicate caring items, toiletries, canned goods/non-perishable food, over-the-counter medications, Band-Aids and initial support kits, new pressed animals, blankets and towels, dungeon phone chargers, coloring books and crayons, toilet paper and paper towels. You can also give online during movementalabama.com/GIVING.
USA Mitchell Cancer Institute is operative with Texas medical providers to yield services for patients from a southeast who are possibly undergoing active treatment, are scheduled for follow-up or scans, or are scheduled for an opinion during MD Anderson Cancer Center or other influenced hospitals in a segment of flooding.
High Socks for Hope in Northport is collecting blankets, crowbars, de-mold spray, shovels, respirators, kitchen equipment like pots and pans, sleeping bags and pillows.
The Central Baldwin Chamber of Commerce and a First Baptist Church of Robertsdale are collecting equipment for a goal outing to Cypress, Texas. Donations can be forsaken off during a cover (23150 Highway 59, Robertsdale) Monday – Thursday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Items indispensable include: to-go containers with compartments; 16 to 20 oz. cosmetic cups; strong honeyed tea and lemonade; pre-wrapped mechanism kits; paper towels; aluminium foil sheets; cleaning products (wipes, cleaning spray, Lysol); canned products (commercial distance elite or English peas, immature beans, whole heart corns, rice, duck and beef stock) bread (dinner rolls, croissants, hamburger and hotdog buns); spaghetti sauce; dusty noodles; onions; bottled water; and bottled Gatorade.
Unclaimed Baggage Center’s Reclaimed for Good is hosting a concession expostulate by Sept. 8. Bottled water, diapers, toiletries and new in-package underwear will be collected. All equipment can be forsaken off during a Unclaimed Baggage Center loading dock. Monetary donations will also be accepted. These donations can be done during a guest services table inside a categorical entrance.
Anthony’s Car Wash – Use formula 8025 during checkout and Anthony’s will present $2 to a American Red Cross disaster service fund. Locations in Vestavia, Hoover and Pelham.
Send information on service efforts to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave in comments below.