Our thoughts are with all those in Nashville and across the great state of Tennessee affected by the recent tornadoes. The safety of our DriveSafe Online family, customers and partners is our primary concern.

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee called for residents to stay safe and be ready to help when possible. “Don’t go where the damage is,” Lee urged at a morning press conference, “but stay aware of how you can volunteer when the time is right.”

Nashville Mayor John Cooper shared the best options for anyone interested in donating money, time or everyday essentials for those in need.

If you are in or around the areas affected by the storms, or if you are in another part of the country with the desire to help financially, please consider the following tornado assistance options:

Volunteer Your Time and Talents 

To volunteer for tornado relief projects , visit the Hands On Nashville web site. New projects are continually being added to the list, so be sure to check often to find individual projects that best suit your capabilities.

Offer a Monetary Donation  

To make a tax-deductible donation to the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund, visit the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee  web site. Grants from the Fund will be made to nonprofits that provide immediate and long-term services.

Make a Goods Donation

To donate immediate-need items (except adult clothing), visit the Community Resource Center at 218 Omohundro Place, Nashville.

Items needed include personal hygiene products, new underwear, new bras, adult diapers and baby items such as formula, diapers, wipes and pacifiers.

Storm responders also need a long list of supplies including tarps, plastic sheeting, work gloves, latex gloves, Windex and Lysol products, batteries and flashlights.

Additional donation options include:

Stay strong Tennessee. We believe in you.