Volunteer Crews at Work

A lot of the tree work is already taken care of and most of the rubble hasn’t been cleared for removal yet.
Yesterday, we found another town that was damaged severely by the tornado, but they didn’t get any volunteers to help with the cleanup. The city officials turned the work over to us and if the weather permits, we will start cleaning up the area today. We have about 15-20 crews out daily, doing tornado cleanup.
Currently we have a big need for dump trucks and trailers for the work. If you would like to volunteer and can bring equipment like this along, please click on the link below to fill out a volunteer form. 
A huge thank you to everyone who has helped us make the relief effort possible!

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