Ridout tornado damages

Mr. And Mrs. Dwayne Ridout lost their home in Philadelphia due to a tornado that hit In Neshoba County last week. It has been declared as a total loss from their insurance company.  Even though their home was insured, the insurance company isn’t giving them enough to clean up the debris so they can rebuild or buy another mobile home. They are staying in a camper on an old trailer pad next to their destroyed home that was their sons. So the camper has power but are using generators for their freezers. As they have lost everything, any donations would be greatly appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. Ridout are between the ages of 65-70. Mr. Ridout is also retired from the military. When I found this out, I reached out to the Ridout’s daughter, Cristie Tillman which is my son in laws stepmother. That is the only ties that I have with this family but felt as this would be a great way to help in getting supplies and rebuilding their forever home. No amount is too small so please help this couple during this trying time. God has bless them already as he protected them during the storm so I have faith that He will also provide what they will need. May God bless you all!38727780_1556065450475921_r.jpeg
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Organizer and beneficiary

Stephanie Wright 
Organizer
Philadelphia, MS
Cristie Tillman 
Beneficiary
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