Tarps available in Nashville for victims of tornado damage

Tarps available in Nashville for victims of tornado damage


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Nashville Organized for Action and Hope (NOAH) has announced that tarps are available in Nashville for victims whose homes have suffered tornado damage.

With rain in the forecast starting Monday, the tarps are intended to help people prevent rain from getting into damaged homes and ruining furniture and other possessions.

According to NOAH, many stores were out of stock on tarps yesterday; however, nonprofit housing developer Affordable Housing Resources has secured a little over 100 tarps, with more possible.

The tarps and other resources for North Nashville are available at two NOAH member congregations. They are Lee Chapel AME Church, located at 1200 Dr. D.B. Todd Blvd., and New Covenant Christian Church, located at 2201 Osage Street.

Funds for the tarps came from the national NeighborWorks organization.

Other resources available in North Nashville can be found at:
Hadley Park (Metro Nashville 24-hour shelter and services), (615) 862-8451
1037 28th Avenue North, 37208

Greater Heights Missionary Baptist Church, (615) 712-6825
1600 14th Avenue North, 37208

Gideon’s Army United, (615) 852-7530

Emergency resources available in East Nashville can be found at:
East Magnet High School (Metro Nashville 24-hour shelter)
110 Gallatin Avenue, 37206

Margaret Maddox YMCA, (615) 228-5525
2624 Gallatin Pike, 37216





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