(A complete and updated list of shelters, donation drop-off centers, and road closures can be found here.)
Travelin’ Appalachians Revue tour is over and done, and don’t worry – we’ll post all about it later. Podcasts, photos, videos, all of it. But right now there’s something much more important to discus – the flooding in Nicholas, Greenbrier, Monroe, Clay, Kanawha and every other one of the 44 counties under state of emergency.
Want to help?
Checks are also being accepted by mail:
WV VOAD Disaster Relief Fund
815 Alderson St.
Williamson, WV 25661
Drop off sites for donations:
Rainelle Medical Center, Fit For A Queen (Beckley), RHEMA Christian Center (Lewisburg), Country Roads Crossfit (Lewisburg), Sue Ann’s Consignment (Oak Hill), Ansted Baptist Church.
Shelters have been opened in:
The Hampton Inn Huntington (Kinetic Park), Gauley Bridge Baptist Church, Marlington Middle School, Talcott School (Summers County)
In Morgantown – Donation drop-off locations will be available all week until close at Wild Zero Studios on Pleasant street, and Saturday and Sunday (June 25-26) from 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. and Monday (June 27) from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the WVU Coliseum, Kroger at Suncrest Town Centre, and Little General Store locations on Van Voorhis Road and Willey Street in Morgantown.
Here’s a list of good things to donate:
non-perishable food items
bottles or jugged water
new mens, womens, children’s underwear and socks
pet care products/food
washcloths and towels
first aid kits
Info and Reporting: