Organizer Warren Tidwell and other volunteers of the Toomer’s for Tuscaloosa disaster relief effort have secured a 28,000 square foot warehouse for receiving and sorting supplies, which according to Tidwell have come from as far away as The Netherlands.
“There’s a van coming from LSU and a group from UCLA coming,” Tidwell says.
The group is currently operating out of Five Points Baptist Church in Northpoint. Tidwell says Tide For Toomer’s will be featured in an NBC Nightly News segment Saturday night.
Photo via @AaronSuttles.
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I think you are saying Tide for Toomers where you mean Toomers for Tusc.
Roman Berry says
I was about to make the same point, Aubie.
Thanks a bunch, yes, hasn’t been the first time we’ve mixed them up.
Im living in texas and i hear that there will be a truck set up in Wylie,Tx for those who want to donate tihngs for Toomer’s for Tuscaloosa. where and when will it be there. I can spread the word to my ER peeps here in Dallas that are willing to help .