Nashville Tornado Support

March 4, 2020

The evening of Monday, March 2nd, and the wee morning hours of March 3rd, 2020 will never be forgotten for the city of Nashville, Tennessee. With at least 24 people dead, 88 injured and 22 still missing, as of 6:30 AM March 4th,  search and rescue continue their hard work. At least 48 structures collapsed, 100 homes were damaged and about 250 electrical poles were down or damaged due to the EF-3 tornado. According to the National Weather Service, an EF-3 tornado means that winds can go up to 165 mph. This was the 3rd recorded tornado to rip through Nashville and the last deadly tornado in the area since 2011.

In response to the devastating Nashville tornado, we are activating E&V Cares. We are calling on our network to support the Nashville community as they actively help those that were affected by Monday’s tornado. Our local Engel & Völkers shop has designated a local charity to raise donations that will go directly to on-the-ground efforts.

To donate to the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response fund, click here.

To give time, money or donations, go to the Community Resource Center website.

To give your time and physically serve our community, go to the Hands On Nashville website and click “Volunteer for Tornado Recovery.”

Thank you for keeping us in your thoughts during this time.

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