Nashville Still Needs Help After Devastating Floods
The Nashville area is still reeling from the devastating floods that hit Music City last year.
All donations from Garth Brooks' benefit concerts in Nashville went to The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee to help in the aftermath.
Now, the President of the Community Foundation, Ellen Lehman, gives us the latest on the situation:
"If you, like I, are still hearing from flood survivors who feel as though their needs have not been fully met, there is now an additional number they can call. A streamlined system for quality, uniform, timely and customized help is available at the Flood Recovery Network - 615-567-3232. The network's goal is to fill in the gaps, to get people back into their homes as soon as possible, and to help our community stretch every precious contributed dollar. Please share this information with anyone you meet who has continuing needs as a result of the Flood...And PLEASE help get this phone number out anywhere and everywhere! We need to know who is still in need and what those needs are." For more info on The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee and how you can help further, visit Cfmt.org.