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Tornado Relief - Central Illinois

Apply for an SBA disaster loan (homeowners, renters, nonprofits, and businesses of all sizes)  Click here

Salvation Army:  Click here

American Red Cross:  Click here

Convoy of Hope:  Click here

Washington IL Tornado Recovery Facebook page:  Click here

DONATIONS & RESOURCES: 

Morton Community Schools and The Hope Chest in Pekin are collecting items for the victims of the tornadoes.

The school district is providing a local warehouse for these efforts, located near Grundy Elementary School at 1040 South 4th Street, on the east side of the building marked "maintenance."  http://www.mortonchamber.org/tornado-relief-collection

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The Hope Chest - items needed:

Food - peanut butter, jelly, instant mac and cheese, ramen, soups, canned veggies and fruits, canned ravioli and spaghetti, instant potatoes, fruit, and anything that is easy to prepare.
Bottled Water
Blankets
Flashlights and Batteries
Tarps
Plastic totes, plastic shelves, and new underwear and socks of any size 

DO NOT BRING:
Winter Coats, Gloves, Hats, Scarves (they have plenty now)

This list will be updated daily and can be shared via email at: www.facebook.com/mortonchamber. 

Community United Church of Christ is accepting hygiene and clean-up kits.
Hygiene Kits include: A gallon-sized freezer bag filled with a washcloth, a hand towel, soap, toothbrush, small or travel-sized toothpaste, deodorant, and other smaller or travel-sized hygiene supplies that may fit. 

Clean-up Kits include: A lidded 5 gallon bucket, disinfectant cleaner, brush, rags, and sponge(s).
Please put your kits together and drop them off a Community United Church of Christ, 300 N. Main St., Morton, IL. Church friends and members with access may bring their kits anytime. Others are encouraged to bring their during open church office hours (8 AM-2 PM, M-F)

The Community Harvest Food Pantry is collecting food and hygiene items for anyone in need.
You can drop off these items at any time in their alcove (which is open 24/7). They are located at 1901 S 4th Ave, Morton, IL 61550 - (309) 266-9510

HOUSING
The Peoria Area Association of Realtors has introduced a central source where landlords can post rentals and displaced families can find rentals. Visit NestRent.com for more information or contact a local Realtor to assist with housing needs.

Donation Drop off site: weekdays 9am-4pm at Glad Tidings Assembly of God 2201 E. Washington St East Peoria, IL 61611 309.694.4433.  Accepting: allergy free foods, food, cleaning supplies and new & like new clothing

Food/Clothing/Cleaning Supplies Bank:
Distribution of supplies Tuesday starting at noon-4pm, then Weekdays 9am-4pm
Glad Tidings Assembly of God 2201 E. Washington St East Peoria, IL 61611 309.694.4433

Taking appointments for FREE debris removal by JW Hauling and Demolition: starting at noon Tuesday
Come in person to parking lot of Glad Tidings Assembly of God 2201 E. Washington St
East Peoria, IL 61611

Portable showers (available starting Wednesday after 10am)
Glad Tidings Assembly of God 2201 E. Washington St East Peoria, IL 61611 309.694.4433

Free Meal Tuesday evening 4pm-7pm Chili and Sandwiches
Glad Tidings Assembly of God 2201 E. Washington St East Peoria, IL 61611 309.694.4433

 

Typhoon Relief - Philipines

Salvation Army:  Click here

American Red Cross:  Click here

Compassion International:  Click here

Convoy of Hope:  Click here

Food for the Hungry:  Click here

Samaritan's Purse:  Click here

School Closings

 

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