Severe storms and an unconfirmed tornado wreaked havoc in the Triad on Sunday, April 15, causing damage to hundreds of homes, businesses, trees, and electricity poles and resulting in one fatality. The most significant damage was reported in eastern Greensboro and authorities have declared a local state of emergency.
We’re inspired by our members, neighbors, and others in our community who are eager to help. In response, The Junior League of Greensboro is now accepting monetary donations to directly support those affected by these storms as part of our Community Impact Fund. It’s easy to donate through our website, and your tax-deductible donation will help address the immediate needs of local citizens.
Greensboro storm relief donations made to the Community Impact Fund are part of a restricted giving campaign that will be used solely for the purpose of community support needed as a direct result of the April 15th weather events. If you have a request for a local need, please send your inquiries to our Vice President of Community Programs, Kierson Taylor (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you would also like to assist by giving your time, please contact Erin Kennedy (email@example.com) to volunteer in the clean-up efforts.
Thank you for your support!