Donations pour in from out of state to local non-profit for tornado survivors
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – One local non-profit is helping collect donations for tornado victims in the area and received two large trucks full of donations Monday.
Good Deeds was originally a club put together by a kindergartener to help people in need, but the now-14-year-old is using the now-certified non-profit to collect items for survivors of the devastating tornadoes.
Monday afternoon, a large number of donations were dropped off in an 18 wheeler and a 26 foot box truck from Wisconsin.
“Well we helped before the tornado. We’re going to help after the tornado because there was a need before and there still is a need after and it’s just become an even bigger need. It just shows that our community can come together and support each other and it really means a lot to me,” Emorie Osborne, founder of Good Deeds.
If you are interested in donating items to Good Deeds, contact them through their Facebook page.