Here is a list of several relief organizations that are working with the victims of the storms in southeast Virginia and accepting donations. Donations should be designated for April Tornado Response and Recovery and can be made through local offices and some Web sites.
American Red Cross www.redcross.org – Suffolk, Southeast, Petersburg and Greater Richmond Chapters
Salvation Army www.salvationarmy.org
Federation of Virginia Food Banks www.foodbankonline.org
Catholic Charities of Eastern Virginia www.cceva.org
Lutheran Disaster Response & Lutheran Family Services of Virginia www.ldr.org
Southern Baptist Conservatives of Virginia www.sbcv.org
Virginia Baptist Mission Board www.vbmb.org
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance www.pcusa.org
Virginia United Methodist Church Conference Disaster Response www.vaumc.org
Adventist Community Services www.communityservices.org
Virginia Beach Society for the Preventions of Cruelty to Animals www.vbspca.com
The Humane Society of the United States www.hsus.org/disaster
United Way www.unitedwayshr.org
Suffolk Foundation. Contributions should be made payable to “Suffolk Foundation” and marked “Tornado Relief Fund.” Mail or deliver to 1426 Holland Road, Suffolk, VA 23434. These gifts will be dispersed by the Suffolk Foundation to 501(c)(3) charities and government agencies qualified to meet the specific needs of individuals requiring financial support. For more information, call (757)923-9090.
Farm Fresh Supermarkets in Hampton Roads and Elizabeth City are accepting donations for the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund and money received will be designated for Southeastern Virginia Tornado Disaster Relief, a news release says. All the Farm Fresh stores are accepting donations by way of cash and credit cards. Checks should be made payable to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.
Source: Virginia Department of Emergency Management