Here’s How You Can Help The Alabama Tornado Victims

Danny Allen helps recover belongings while sifting through the debris of a friend's home destroyed by a tornado in Beauregard, Ala., Monday, March 4, 2019. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

The deadliest tornado in nearly six years left a swath of despair 24 miles long and a mile wide.

But the true measure of misery is still not clear. In the weeks ahead, 23 people will be laid to rest, numb survivors, their homes gone, will come to grips with their losses, and communities will press on. Relief workers are on the ground now helping out. You can assist them through the organizations listed here.


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