CDP Tornado Recovery Fund
With the increase in tornadoes throughout the year – even in the winter – there is no longer a “tornado season,” and the historical Tornado Alley stretching across the United States is growing larger.
CDP has been active in tornado recovery since our founding. The CDP Tornado Recovery Fund allows donors to target their contributions to meet specific medium- and long-term philanthropic goals for communities affected by tornadoes.
During the first weeks of 2023, tornadoes in Alabama and Georgia brought destruction across several counties, which left communities vulnerable and in need of support. At least 25 million people across the U.S. Deep South faced threats of severe storms over the weekend of March 24-26. At least 16 tornadoes were confirmed, although not all have been rated. These include an EF-0 tornado, seven EF-1s, three EF-2s, two EF-3s and a massive EF-4, an extremely strong tornado. Thousands of homes were destroyed, lives were lost, and damage assessments are still ongoing. Make a gift today to support communities devastated by tornadoes in the US.
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