Tornado Victim Assistance and Ways to Help
If You Need Assistance
If you have been affected by the tornado and need assistance, please refer to the following resources:
Your neighborhood St. Vincent de Paul Conference
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Miami Valley Community Action Partnership
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a) Register online at www.DisasterAssistance.gov
b) Register by phone at 800.6213.362.
c) Register in person at one of these FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers:
- Dayton Children’s Hospital Child Health Pavilion located at 1010 Valley St. in Dayton
- Trotwood-Madison High School located at 4440 North Union Road in Trotwood
- Shaw Elementary School located at 3560 Kemp Road in Beavercreek
How to Help
To make a financial contribution to St. Vincent de Paul for tornado recovery efforts, click here. Please include a note that donation is for tornado relief in the memo. Donations may also be mailed to St. Vincent de Paul Administration 124 W. Apple St. Dayton, OH 45402.
To volunteer to provide much-needed help in our warehouse sorting donated clothing and assisting with inventory at our warehouse and at our Apple Street Donation Dock, please use these links.
· Warehouse (Monday-Friday), please click here.
· Apple Street Donation Dock (Monday-Sunday), please click here.
The minimum age to volunteer is 14, and ages 14-17 must be accompanied by an adult. Please check back often as we will be updating these opportunities regularly. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com .
If you would like to make a donation of goods, for more information please click here. There is a particular need for furniture and shelf-stable foods for our tornado victims.
St. Vincent is always in need of gently-used furniture. In the aftermath of the Memorial Day tornadoes, our first priority is providing for furniture for tornado victims re-establishing their repaired residences, or moving into a new one. Donated furniture is also provided for our shelter guests moving from homelessness into their new homes. Finally, furniture vouchers are given by our 32 neighborhood Vincentian conferences to those struggling to maintain their permanent housing.
Our need for furniture for our neighbors is basic: A place to eat, a place to sleep and a place to sit.
The following donations can be dropped off at our Community Store, 945 S Edwin C Moses, Dayton 45417. Our hours are Monday through Friday, 10 am–5 pm, and Saturday 10 am–4 pm.
- Mattresses (new or gently used with no rips, tears or stains)
- Beds including rails, headboard, and footboard
- Sofas, loveseats, living room chairs, end tables
- Dining tables and chairs
- Cribs and crib mattresses (mattresses should be new or gently used─no rips, tears or stains)
For donations of very large and/or numerous items of furniture, we offer a free pickup service. To inquire about or schedule a pick-up, complete this form or call 937.425.0592