Severe storms which have spawned numerous reported tornadoes since Monday, June 16th, continue to impact many Midwestern states today, including Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota and Wisconsin. The town of Pilger, Nebraska was hit the worst by two tornadoes that destroyed much of the area. The people in these areas will need financial assistance over the coming weeks and months as they rebuild.
You can help by donating to one of the charities below.
Red Cross disaster workers responded across several states after tornadoes, heavy rain, strong winds and hail moved through Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota and Wisconsin.
Matthew 25: Ministries’ advance team is on the ground with Matthew 25’s complement of specialized Disaster Relief vehicles and with relief products that will include a selection of items such as personal care and cleaning products, clean-up and safety products, paper products, blankets, tarps and beverages.
The Salvation Army’s Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) teams are mobilized on the scene in northeast Nebraska, providing food, beverage and spiritual support to survivors and first responders with support from nearby Omaha and Sioux City, IA.
Samaritan’s Purse is responding by deploying staff and equipment to the area.