Sylvan Hills High is partnering with the City of Sherwood to collect items for those that have been impacted by last night's tornado in Vilonia. They will be collecting the following items:
These items can be dropped off behind SHHS at the Kevin McReynolds Ballpark concession stands, Monday-Friday from noon until 9 p.m. The collections will take place this week only.
Oakbrooke will be collecting items and monitary donations to send to the Vilonia and Mayflower areas. A representative of the school will coordinate the distribution through a church in Vilonia. More information forthcoming.
RMS students are collecting items for the tornado victims in their community. Donated items will be distributed by emergency response teams in the area as quickly as they are received.
Northwood Middle is collecting supplies and aid items. They will be making a Red Cross drop-off once or twice a week as long as needed. The main office will have a donation box as well as all home room teachers who will be collecting from students
CHES is collecting donations in the form of cash, change or checks (made payable to the American Red Cross) as well as non-perishable, pre-packaged food items. Please send these items to the school and they will deliver them to the American Red Cross.
CES will be accepting monetary donations and/or gift cards to distribute to the families affected by the tornados.
Your monetary donation will be used to purchase giftcards to Walmart, Kroger's, JCPenney, Visa, etc. This will allow families to purchase what they need. We'd also like to purchase gift cards for meals to area restaurants. Please make checks payable to Chenal PTA. Label envelopes with "Tornado Relief" and mail to 21201 Denny Road Little Rock, AR 72223.
College Station students are accepting items from the list at the bottom of this page to be donated to the victims of Sunday night's tornado.
A message from Principal Matt Mellor:
"We are collecting donations this Friday to help one of our families who was traveling home from north-west Arkansas when the storm crossed the interstate. The tornado picked up their truck carried it across the interstate slamming them into the ground. Both mother and daughter were rescued and transported to children's hospital. They are fortunate and escaped with only heavy bruising and abrasions. Their only vehicle was destroyed, the clothes they had taken with them to wash were also lost. The daughter returned to school Wednesday in the only clothes she still has, the school uniform she was wearing during the tornado.
"We have been able to collect additional uniforms and clothing items and our teachers immediately began purchasing and supplying every day needs, groceries, clothing and support. Our amazing team has even begun volunteering to take the family on errands and helping them find avenues to file insurance claims and additional recovery support. I could not be more proud."
PES has two teachers that live in Vilonia and are assisting with the clean-up process. P.E. teacher Mari Pierce has requested plastic totes, trash bags and ziplock bags to assist in the recovery efforts.
PFES is collecting donations in the form of checks (made payable to the American Red Cross), cases of water, as well as non-perishables, and pre-packaged food items. Please send these items to the school so we may deliver to the American Red Cross.
Scott Elementary Student Council and PTO will be accepting donations of the following items for the victims of the April 27th Tornados.
There is a drop box located at Scott Elementary School, 15306 Alexander Rd, Scott, AR 72142.
Contact the school for any question: 501-961-3300
Other schools' efforts will be posted here as they are announced.
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