STORM FOR STORM RELIEF

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About Storm for Storm Relief

The Storm for Storm Relief initiative began by the Storm Robotics Team in 2017 in response to the devastation Puerto Rico faced due to Hurricane Maria. Students organized drives at both Cherokee and Lenape High Schools and also collected personal care items from the community to send care packages to those impacted by the storm. Since, the team has also helped those impacted by the camp fire in California. The team now utilizes Amazon wishlists to further their reach.

2020 Relief Effort

This years Storm for Storm Relief initiative will support those impacted by the bushfires in Australia and the victims of the tornado in Nashville, TN. Please visit our Amazon wishlists to support each cause below. Learn more about our efforts below.

Storm for Storm Relief 2020 - Australia

Storm for Storm Relief 2020 - Nashville

Quaama Public School of Australia

The principal of the Quaama Public School has requested school supplies for the students.

Community Resource Center of Nashville

The Community Resource Center of Nashville is working closely with Hands on Nashville to organize relief efforts. They have requested diapers and wipes, personal care items, new clothing, over the counter medications, etc., to aid those displaced by the destruction.