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Donation facility in Little Rock’s City facility welcomes volunteers, gifts, and tornado victims



Little Rock, Arkansas – Although the tornadoes on Friday claimed the lives of thousands of Arkansans, thousands more have already volunteered their time and efforts at shelters and donation centers to help others.

Little Rock’s City Center hopes to serve as a one-stop shop for volunteers and victims. The Immanuel Baptist Church has worked with FEMA and the city to provide goods, services, and even mental health needs. It is open every day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 315 North Shackleford Road.

Baby formula and non-perishable foods including canned goods, mac & cheese, peanut butter & jelly, breakfast bars, chili, crackers, soup, chili, baked beans, and miniature cookies are the most in need of donations.

Dishwashing soap, dish detergent, mini-flashlights, batteries, deodorant, shampoo, and conditioner are essential household products.

Clothes, water, hand sanitizer, and cleaning materials are not required as donations.

Visit to volunteer, give, or find assistance.