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2024 Tornado Resources

Donation Needs: How can you help?

Physical donations are no longer needed at this time.

Donations: Physical donations no longer needed

  • We are no longer accepting physical donations. 
  • We are overwhelmed and deeply grateful for the incredible generosity of our community and beyond. 
  • Due to the sheer volume of donations received to support those impacted by the recent tornado, we have exceeded the capacity of our current storage facilities.

How can you help? 

  • Send monetary donations to the Greater Greenfield Community Foundation at greenfieldiafoundation.org. 
  • Drop off donations in Greenfield at Union State Bank or First National Bank.
  • Want to volunteer? 
    • Individuals can stop by the Volunteer Check In Location: 801 NE 6th Street (temporary Fire Station). 
    • Larger groups can call or text 913-961-4717 ahead of time. 

Need clothing, supplies, household items, food?

  • Hygiene items are available at The Gathering Place from 5-6 p.m. Thursdays.
     
  • Clothing, towels and bedding are available next to NV Nutrition at 176 Public Square from 2-6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday.
     
  • Building and cleanup supplies are available at the Greenfield Lumberyard during their normal business hours.
     
  • Pet food and supplies are available at the Adair County Vet Clinic at 407 SE Noble St. in Greenfield during their normal business hours.
     
  • Food and the lost and found are located at the Greenfield United Methodist Church at 108 SW 5th St.

*Please note: This schedule and locations are subject to change.

 

Updates

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Share Photos & Videos

To submit any photos of the damage you sustained, the tornado itself, or any pictures of the tremendous work that volunteers are doing, please use our Google Form.

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Proclamation of Disaster Emergency

Governor Reynolds has authorized a Proclamation of Disaster Emergency for Adair County, activating the Iowa Individual Assistance Grant Program and Disaster Case Advocacy Program. The Iowa Individual Assistance Program provides up to $5000 to eligible households with incomes up to 200% of the federal poverty level. The Disaster Case Advocacy Program works with individuals to address serious needs related to injury or hardships caused by a disaster.