Here are some more ways you can help tornado victims in Western Mass:
Former Hopkinton resident Margo Pyne is accepting donations for the tornado victims at four Old Navy's stores in the region, including the Framingham Old Navy in Shoppers World at 1 Worcester Road, until 9 tonight.
Pyne, an Old Navy's employee who currently lives in Boston, will accept bottled water, canned food, clothing and anything else people would like to donate for Sturbridge and Springfield-area residents hit by the June 1 tornadoes.
The other Old Navys where people can donate are:
South Bay Plaza
8 Allstate Road Suite A
Boston, MA 02125
Shoppes at Blackstone Valley
70 Worcester Providence Tpke
Millbury, MA 01527
Shoppes at Hobbs Brook
100 Charlton Road
Sturbridge, MA 01566
She will also make a stop Saturday morning at the Mass. Pike rest area on the westbound side just after the I-495 interchange to pick up items from people there.
Contact Pyne with questions at Margopenelope@gmail.com or call 508-596-7005
Ware It Again Clothing in Ware, MA is accepting donations of much needed goods for tornado victims. Here's a list of some of the things they need:
Non perishable items like toilet paper, paper towels, water, pet food, work gloves, dust masks, sunscreen, batteries, flash lights, wipes, hand Sanitizer. We are also accepting cash, checks and gift cards from area stores (Lowes, home depot, Walmart, big y supermarket. Donations are being accepted Saturday and Sunday 9-5pm at Ware It Again at 52 main street in Ware mass. We are a community based second hand clothing boutique for woman and children. Thank you so much, we as a community appreciate your support!
They are accepting donations 9pm-5pm Saturday(6/4) and Sunday(6/5)
Ware It Again Clothing is located at 52 main St., Ware, MA. You can also cal the owner Melanie Pariseau at 413-967-5200.
The Red Cross is also on the scene. You can make your donations here.
In light of the recent natural disasters in Western Ma, Westborough Buick Gmc 88 Turnpike Rd Westborough ma is taking donations of food clothing and campers to supply the thousands of people that have lost everything. I personally live in Brimfield which was hardest hit. It is total devastation. At some points the path is over 1/4 mile wide. The people in the area are humble and would never ask for the help. We at Westborough were hoping that you could announce it on the air to let the public know. there is no time frame as the cleanup and rebuild is going to take years. We will collect everything here and every day after work I will be taking pickup trucks full to the people that really need it. Please help us help them as until you live it you have no idea how bad it can be. If any person has a camper that they are willing to donate or loan to any residents that are homeless. We will come pick it up and deliver it as well. The only catch is that it has to be road worthy, as
the people don't have the money to upgrade anything. Thank you in advance and have a great day. Cosmo Casamassa 413-262-6712.