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Tornado Relief for Julie Purcell and Family

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As many of you know, Nashville was hit by an EF-3 tornado on March 3, 2020. Those words may not mean anything to you, but once you see the photos, they may mean something a little different. While many people suffered minor damage, other's lost it all.

The Purcell Family, in particular, lost it all. They had a beautiful house. They raised their children in this house, they grew a garden, they built their life in this house, and in a matter of minutes it was all destroyed.  Luckily, they were able to walk away, with their animals, unharmed, but the house they spent so much time loving was leveled to the ground. 

This family consists of some of the most generous people I've ever met. They put life into the term "shirt off your back." They're caring and considerate, and are now just trying to find their new normal with retirement dreams right around the corner. 

We want to help take as much strain off of this family as possible. Julie and her husband should be spending their time loving on their grand kids, but instead they're trying to round up as much of their life as possible.

Many people in Nashville are suffering loss, and many people need our help. For those of you looking to help from a distance, please considering sending support. Financially or otherwise, we could really use some bright lights to shine through this time of darkness.
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Donations 

  • Anonymous
    • $50 
    • 4 yrs
  • Leslie and Dale Bay
    • $200 
    • 4 yrs
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Organiser and beneficiary

Heather Stupeck
Organiser
Nashville, TN
Julie Purcell
Beneficiary

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