A North Olmsted church is offering disaster relief to the tornado-stricken southern states.
Columbia Road Baptist Church is collecting goods and donations for tornado victims.
The first two days of this week's powerful spring storm system, which is expected to rage into Wednesday, claimed many lives in six states. Hundreds have also been injured.
The church is asking for canned goods, bottled water, toiletries and monetary donations. [Check out the complete list HERE]
Those who wish to contribute can drop off donations at
Columbia Road Baptist Church, 4116 Columbia Rd. North Olmsted, or at Nehemiah's
Network, 4488 W. 160th in Cleveland.
All donations may be left on the church doorstep or handed to one of our church members during weekly services.
You can also make monetary donations at columbiaroad.org
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