On the evening of February 24, 2016 a devastating EF-3 tornado hit the small town of Tappahannock and many other surrounding counties. This caused tremendous damage to houses, families, and the souls of our commuinty.
The Families impacted and Tornado Donation Center and would like to thank everyone who has helped restore our community.
Many churches, schools, civic organizations, companies and individuals who donated time, resources and man power and have helped with the rebuilding process and for this we are all very grateful.
The following video is a small thank you for all that everyone has done. Thank you and may God bless you all.
MONETARY DONATIONS - We Still Have 12 Homes We are Working to Complete
1) Long Term Recovery Fund - This fund has been set up to help provide the remaining victims with housing and providing funds for furniture and other household items. It is also used to provide needed assistance to the families still recovering from the tornado.
100% of the funds provided goes to help those directly impacted by the tornado
2) St John Baptist Church - If you would like to continue to help St. Johns Baptist Church in their rebuilding of their church
3) Shawn Cambell Home Project - Shawn Campbell had no insurance and is slowly rebuilding his home on his own. Through some donations he has begun the rebuild project but if you would like to help him you can send a donation to Shawn Campbell P.O. Box 1042 Tappahannock Virginia 22560
4) Ephesus Baptist Church -
We have a fund set up for a family to help with their future housing needs.
If you desire to help them you can write your checks to Ephesus Baptist Church and make sure to designate those gifts to "Building for Britney" all funds in this account will be used to help this family who has lost everything and had no insurance. We are working with them to provide housing for Tammy and her daughter Britney until their new home is complete. The Long Term recovery team has been able to provide a home for Tammy and her daughter and hope to begin construction in early 2017.
Essex County Long Term Recovery Group
Video of the Day After