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TUPELO, Miss. — Many across the Mid-South have expressed an interest in helping those impacted by Wednesday night’s storms, and there are several ways that you can do that.

WREG is working for contact other organizations throughout the area.


The American Red Cross

They said at this time, they are fortunate enough to have enough volunteers who are trained to help, but said you can still help by giving to their organization.

You may visit the Red Cross website to donate or call 1-800-REDCROSS.

In addition, they said you can also send contributions to the American Red Cross located at 9 River Bend Pl., Flowood, MS 30232.

To sign up to volunteer during future disasters, click here.

For more updates, follow the Mississippi Region of the American Red Cross on Twitter at @RedCrossMiss.

You can also contact the Mississippi Region at 601- 353-5442 or visit


Senatobia Fire Station

Senatobia Fire Station #1 on Front Street has been designated as a drop-off location for donations.

They suggested donating items such as water, non-perishable foods, blankets, diapers, dog food, person hygiene items, batteries and flashlights.

However, they also said they will take whatever you want to donate.


Salvation Army

As always, you can also donate to the Salvation Army who is in Holly Springs and Walnut, Mississippi now helping families recover.

To donate, call 1-800- SAL-ARMY or visit their website by clicking here.

In addition, the Salvation Army is also accepting goods.

To find your nearest drop-off location, click here.


Holly Springs Multi Purpose Center

Any and all donations will be taken.

Located on Memphis Street


Olive Branch Fire Department

Station #3 located on Hacks Cross Road will also be accepting donations of clothing, supplies, etc.