How to Help Storm Victims in the Little Rock Metro

The March 31 storms that tore through Little Rock and North Little Rock caused seemingly bottomless amounts of fiscal, physical and personal damage. And in response, our communities are ready to go to work for our neighbors. 

This weekend, countless charities, churches and complete strangers collected and distributed immediately-needed items while others broke out their chainsaws to start the cleanup process. 

This is only the beginning of a long road to recovery, and many needs will arise along the way. If you want to help, here are just a few of the organized efforts you can join around the metro. 

• Sign up to volunteer with recovery and cleanup here

• Donate water and nonperishable items at 7000 Murray Ave. (open 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. daily)

• Make monetary donations to:

The city’s Little Rock Cares fund

Arkansas Community Foundation’s Central Arkansas Tornado Recovery Fund

Salvation Army Central Arkansas

Arkansas Foodbank

American Red Cross of Arkansas

Goodwill Arkansas

Potluck Food Rescue

•  Help victims reconnect with missing pets here

Needs and efforts are developing daily. Check with your organizations of choice and keep an eye on social media for updates. Some of the best informational feeds include: 

And if you are facing cleanup at your residence, you’re encouraged to submit info about sustained damage here.

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