Support the Tornado Recovery Fund
Tornadoes bring destruction and devastation to communities throughout the year. There is no longer a true tornado season, and with increasing frequency, tornadoes are happening outside of the area colloquially known as “tornado alley.”
Your support to the Center for Disaster Philanthropy’s Tornado Recovery Fund helps communities across the United States impacted by tornadoes recover and be better prepared to face disasters in the future.
The fund supports medium- and long-term disaster recovery needs such as rebuilding homes and livelihoods, mental health services, and other challenges identified in partnership with affected communities as recovery efforts progress.
Thank you for helping tornado-affected communities recover!
To make a gift by mail, please send a check or money order to:
Center for Disaster Philanthropy
One Thomas Circle, NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20005
For additional payment options like Venmo, crypto, stocks and donor-advised funds (DAFs), click here.
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(Photo: Tornado damage in Spalding County, Georgia, Jan. 15. 2023. Source: Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency via Twitter)