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Nashville Strong: Relief Efforts After the Tornado

A powerful storm cut across middle Tennessee in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Tornadoes touched down in Nashville and surrounding middle Tennessee communities, destroying everything in their path with 165-mile-per-hour winds and punishing rain. Currently, 25 people lost their lives in the violent storm.

We at Bart Durham Injury Law want to express our deepest condolences to all affected by this terrible storm. The losses are immeasurable and we grieve alongside you. We love the community that has been so gracious to us for the past 45 years! This is OUR hometown and we'll do all we can to help our neighbors! 

There is a lot of work to do. Our amazing neighbors have already jumped into action to organize clean ups, volunteer programs, and donation drives. We are so proud to see the way our community has drawn together during this tough time. 

We'll be out helping clear debris over the next few days. We'll share some pictures on our social media with more info on where we are and how things are going. It's going to be a long road ahead but we work well under pressure! 

We know we can never fully recover from this tragedy. The lives lost will be a source of pain for a long time. But there are numerous groups and organizations doing everything they can to help rebuild as much as possible.

Here is a collection of programs for those in need and opportunities for others to help out.

Red Cross Shelters

East Nashville Magnet School: 110 Gallatin Ave, Nashville, TN 37206

Victory Baptist Church: 1777 Tate Ln, Mt. Juliet, TN 37122

Highland Heights Church of Christ: 505 N Cumberland St, Lebanon, TN 37087

First Baptist: 18 S Walnut Ave, Cookeville, TN 38501

Metro Nashville's NERVE site: Up-to-date information regarding road closures and shelters.


Hands On Nashville

Second Harvest Food Bank

American Red Cross

Mt. Juliet Residents

Mayor's List of Resources & Organizations 

Donations :: Money, Food & Supplies

Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee

Nashville Tornado Response Fund

United Way of Greater Nashville

The Nashville Humane Association

The Community Resource Center

The Martha O'Bryan Center

Project 615

Do615 :: Benefit Shows Listing

Nashville TN Store

Gideon’s Army

Lee Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church

American Red Cross

High Garden Tea

Emergency Housing & Home Services

Airbnb’s Open Homes program is offering free temporary housing between 3/3/2020 and 3/24/2020. This is available to aid workers, those displaced as a result of the storm, or others that have been impacted by the event.

Shower Up Nashville offers free mobile showers to anyone in need. The best way to stay up to date with their location is to visit their Facebook page.

Kane Co. Builders is donating blue roofs to as many homes as they can. Call Bram Kane if you need supplies and help patching your roof :: 561-287-2649.

Storage Facilities

U-Haul has announced 30 free days of self storage for victims of the storm. 

Phone Service

At&T is issuing credits and waving additional charges between 3/3/2020 and 3/9/2020 to provide unlimited data, voice, and text services for AT&T wireless customers affected by the storm.

#WeAreNashville  #NashvilleStrong 

Contact Bart Durham


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