South MS Tornado Recovery:


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Donate goods - PriorityOne Bank will be collecting donation items at all branch locations.


Food Items:

Non-perishable

Manual Can-openers

Plastic Food Containers

Zip-lock Baggies


Baby Supplies:

Diapers/wipes

Personal Care

Formula


Personal Care:

Toothbrush/Toothpaste

Comb/Brush

Deodorant/Shampoo/Soap

Feminine Products

Towels


Other:

Bottled Water

Gatorade

Pet Food & Supplies

Clothing

Phone Chargers


Household Items:

Cleaning Supplies - Pinesol, Lysol, Trash Bags, Buckets,

Mops/Brooms/Dust Pans

Paper Products

Laundry Detergent

Clorox

Hand Cleaner

Dawn Dish Liquid

Disinfectant Wipes

Rubber Gloves


Shelter Supplies:

Tarps

Rakes/ Shovels/Brooms

Plastic Totes W/Lids

5 Gal Buckets W/Lids

Trash Cans

Flashlights/Batteries

Duct Tape

Hand Tools - Hammer/ Pliers/ Screwdrivers/Saws

Rain Ponchos

Work Gloves

Blankets

Generators

First Aid Kits


Other Drop- Off Locations:

208 S. Main St., Petal

Keg and Barrel, 1311 Hardy Street (kitchen side)

SoPro Tap Room, 301 Mobile Street

Hattiesburg Calvary Baptist Church, 3139 Oak Grove Rd, Hattiesburg

Southern Miss Athletics, 118 College Drive)

United Way of Southeast Mississippi, 210 W Front Street (clothes only)

Forrest General Emergency Department Department Triage, 6051 US 49, Hattiesburg (clothes only)

Buffalo Wild Wings will be a dropping point for anyone that wants to help support the survivors of the tornado. We will be collecting items from 9am-10pm daily. Anyone that drops off items , we will have free wing cards for you.

Smoothie King on Hardy Street

Hillcrest Hall at USM, 6263 US Highway 49 (donations will go to William Carey Students)

The Spectrum Center, 210 S. 25th Ave., hattiesburg. "We are collecting donations of clothing, food items, pet care items, baby items, cleaning supplies, etc. We will also provide resources af far as we are able to those in need. They can stop by the center and pick up what we have available at that time. They can also contact us through our Facebook page with a list of specific items needed, and we will to our best to fulfill those needs.

Purvis Public Library 122 Shelby Speights Dr. Purvis, MS 39475

Kuntry Kidz Youth Foundation is sponsoring a school uniform and supply drive for Petal and Hattiesburg tornado victims. Drop off times are from 9-4PM Monday-Friday at R3SM, Grace Temple Church, and Exclusive Looks Barber Shop.

Center for Families and Children, 201 West Central Avenue, Petal, MS 39465 (school uniforms and supplies, https://www.facebook.com/CFFCPetal) 601-584-4704

Trinity Episcopal Church, 509 West Pine Street, Hattiesburg, MS 39401 - Walmart or VISA Gift Cards

Lumberton Public Library | 106 W. Main | Lumberton, MS 39455

Keesler Federal Credit Union Branches, collecting supplies to be distributed as needed

Central Sunbelt Federal Credit Union - All branches collecting supplies to help relief victims. Operating hours and branch locations are available at http://sunbeltfcu.org/locations-hours.html

The Venue at the Bakery is Collecting school uniforms and supplies

Buckle (clothing store inside Turtle Creek mall) - clothes only


How else can you help?

Feed someone - You can support food banks across the Pine Belt take a look at their website www.feedms.com for instructions on how you can donate to help feed the victims of Hattiesburg and Petal affected by the storm.

Help William Carey students - William Carey University suffered massive damage from the storm. The Hattiesburg Campus is closed until further notice and are unable to accept on-site volunteers until it is safe. At this time the students' physical needs have been met, but financial assistance is needed. Donations can be made online at www.wmcarey.edu/advancement.

Donations for students should be marked as "Student Tornado Relief." Donations for recovery efforts should be marked "Tornado Damage Fund."

Volunteer your time - Volunteer Hattiesburg/Volunteer Mississippi is the designated agency for all coordinated volunteer efforts. They are working with the City of Hattiesburg and local emergency management groups to make sure assignments and hours are kept organized.