NASHVILLE, TN - It's been one week since the devastating floods in Waverly, Humphreys County, and surrounding areas. The flood has cost a lot of damage for the residents around the area, even killed more than 20 people in the process. You can still help the victim by donating some things that they need in these locations, as some organizations still accepting donations to be distributed to Waverly.
Residents in Murfreesboro, Franklin, or Columbia can drop off their donations to Hattie Jane's Creamery, as they will host a Flood Relief Diaper Drive starting from Aug. 24 until Sept. 3. Hattie Jane's are looking for diapers, pull-ups, wipes, and more children's needs for the affected families, as their health and sanitary are among the most important ones.
You can head to Hattie Jane's three different locations in Columbia, Franklin, and Murfreesboro to drop off your donations. They also have a special promotion for those who donate, the customer will receive 15% off for their order.
United Way of Humphreys County is making things easier for people if they want to help the victim of the floods. United Way is accepting donations online on their website, or via text message by texting "FLOODRELIEF" to 269-89. 100% of the donations that they receive will be distributed to the flood victims and families.
The flood also affected Waverly Central High School facilities like the school gym, football stadium, baseball field, and others. Through United Way, you can make donations specifically to those programs. Simply head your way to the same website and choose which program do you want to donate to. You will be directed to a GoFundMe page where you can donate there.
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