Helping Marshalltown Iowa After Devastating Tornado

On July 19th a F3 tornado ripped through Marshalltown, IA leaving behind 89 homes and 7 businesses destroyed and another 525 homes severely damaged. Many families are displaced and struggling with daily tasks with not having a home. Central Iowa Branch delivered 25 quilts, 10 pillows and 3 boxes of clothes to Trinity Lutheran Church for the tornado victims. The Norfolk warehouse volunteers loaded 50 twin mattresses, 8,571 pounds of various foods and paper products along with 3 crates of toothbrushes to give some hope and relief to the residents of Marshalltown. Please pray for the families and workers helping to clean up and rebuild after a devastating tornado.

Categories: Disaster Relief

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