Now that a few days have passed, the people of western Massachusetts have had a chance to survey the damage and come up with a plan to rebuild. I was asked by my friends at the 104th Fighter Wing in Westfield, to post this volunteer information. When the tornados hit, we got tons of calls here at WAAF, from people looking to help. But, these small towns didn't have the means to organize a huge volunteer effort on NO NOTICE. But, they are now asking for help. If you feel compelled to do something, and you don't have the extra money to donate to the relief effort... Maybe this is a better alternative. A list of requests and contact information is below! Thank you for being so generous with your time, money, and resources! You guys are the best!
The following notification is being sent per request of Jim Wiggs, Emergency Management
If you wish to volunteer your services to assist in getting Westfield back to normal operations, please contact us at (413)642.9359 and indicate you would like to volunteer. Please let us know what you may be capable of assisting us with and how many volunteers you have. We can use experienced chain saw operators, landscaping type assistance, people to rake, people to drag items out, people to feed volunteers, provide water, etc. We can use trucks, ATVs, wheel barrows, and other items to remove debris. You may also email us at WEMAHELP@CityofWestfield.Org
Thanks for your support for the City of Westfield in this time of need.
Sincerely Jim Wiggs, Director, Westfield Emergency Management Agency