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Support for North Texas Storm Relief

Support for North Texas Storm Relief

CFT has gathered a list of funds and nonprofit organizations that are actively supporting people who've been impacted by recent North Texas storms and tornadoes.

Saturday, May 25 – Deadly twisters produced from several thunderstorms struck along the Denton-Cooke County line on Interstate 35. At least seven deaths have been confirmed and approximately 100 people injured. This is the deadliest in state history since 2015.

Tuesday, May 28 – North Texans woke up to tornado sirens wailing early after the National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for parts of the region until 6:30 a.m. In the aftermath, tens of thousands across the metroplex remained without power within a trail of damage from the high winds.

The following is a list of funds and nonprofit organizations that are actively supporting people who’ve been impacted by the recent North Texas tornadoes:

Catholic Charities Dallas –  CCD Disaster Relief is offering a range of services to help those affected rebuild and recover, inlcuding food pantry services, financial assistance, and more. 

First United Bank- Gainesville – has set up a fund to support families impacted by the storms that hit Valley View, TX.  (940-665-3484).

Grace Bridge (Celina) – Accepting donations for residents impacted by the storms. Recommended items for donation include water, Gatorade, trash bags, gloves, and cleaning supplies.  (214-425-9423).  

Minuteman Disaster Response – is accepting donations and aiding families impacted by the severe storm that hit Celina, TX. 

Salvation Army of North Texas – Activated their disaster recovery mobile units to provide food, water, and humanitarian assistance to assist storm victims.

United Way of Denton County– All Donations will go toward supporting Denton County residents affected by the May 25 tornado.
Additional resources will be added as we learn of them.

Candace Thompson
Candace Thompson
Community Philanthropy Officer

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