Disaster Relief

$1,550.00 raised
GOAL: $10,000.00
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Last year, we were so proud and grateful for our Middle TN community that jumped in to help with our disaster relief efforts following Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. Throughout the past year, we've taken 3 trips to Texas and 2 trips to Florida to help more than 8,000 families affected by the hurricanes. Now, we're ready to help North Carolina! But we can't do it without your support. Here's how you can help:

  • Food Drive: Your church, business, school, neighborhood, etc. can host a food drive to help fill the tractor trailer we will be sending to North Carolina later this fall. Requested items include pop-top cans of soup, tuna, chili, canned fruits and vegetables, peanut butter and jelly, packaged meals such as Hamburger Helper, mac and cheese, ramen. Contact us at info@feedamericafirst.com if you need help with collection bins, pick-up, drop-off, etc.
  • Donate: We will need help covering the cost of transportation, shipping, and purchasing additional food and supplies if needed. You can donate on this page to help send the tractor trailer of food, hope, and love to North Carolina! Anything raised above and beyond what is needed specially for Hurricane Florence disaster relief (all fuel, transportation costs, etc. will vary) will be used towards hunger relief right here in Middle Tennessee.
  • Motorcycle Ride: Niki Townsend with Sloan's Honda of Murfreesboro and Chubby's Fallen Riders is graciously hosting a charity ride for our Hurricane Florence disaster relief efforts! We will meet at noon at Sloan's Motorcycle & ATV in Murfreesboro on (new date!) Sunday October 28th, with kickstands going up at 1 p.m. The hour-long ride will end at our warehouse with a hamburger and hotdog grill-out included! $15/bike, $5 passenger. 

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Contact Lidia Graham at lidiagraham@feedamericafirst.com or (615) 405-7570 to become a sponsor of our Hurricane Florence Disaster Relief Ride. Current Sponsors of our Hurricane Florence Relief Ride:

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