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Multiple tornadoes touched down in Tennessee early Tuesday morning, killing 24 and hospitalizing at least 20 more. One of the tornadoes seriously damaged multiple buildings near downtown Nashville.

  • Convoy of Hope’s Disaster Services team is responding to the tornadoes that struck Middle Tennessee on  March 3.
  • Eight tractor-trailers loads of supplies have been delivered to multiple locations for distribution. 
  • Convoy of Hope has served more than 7,159 individuals with more than 136,000 pounds of disaster relief supplies.
  • Two tractor-trailers loaded with disaster relief supplies arrived in the Nashville area Tuesday night. 
  • Convoy of Hope has established distribution locations at Zeal Church and First Nazarene Church, both of which are in downtown Nashville. 
  • East of the city, where most of the residential damage is, we have established a base at The Church at Pleasant Grove in Mt. Juliet where we will coordinate our operations and logistics. 
  • Daily distribution in Mt. Juliet will happen at First Baptist Church. 
  • Staff and volunteers will distribute disaster relief supplies, such as food, water, and cleanup supplies, to those impacted by the storm.
  • We are working with multiple churches in the area to serve as many people as possible. 
  • Our team will is going door to door Saturday providing resources to homeowners.