BEAVER DAM, Wis. (WMTV) – A truckload of help will soon be on the way to tornado victims in Kentucky from residents of the Beaver Dam area.
Beaver Dam Police and Firefighters volunteers and auxiliaries asked area residents to help them fill a large truckload of everything from diapers and non-perishable foods, toiletries, toys and cleaning supplies for residents of the affected Bowling Green, Kentucky area. by the devastating tornadoes of the past month.
The Sunday deposit will take place on Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. baby food / formula, bottles, cups, children’s toys, coloring books, pencils, markers, puzzle books, books, monetary donations.
This all happened because former Beaver Dam Firefighter Platoon Sergeant Matt Bartol in the Marine Corps lives in Bowling Green and Matt contacted him to see what Beaver Dam could do to help.
“It’s the holidays. Just because bad things aren’t going on here doesn’t mean we can’t go out and support someone else. Based on my connection there, I thought that was the right place to go ahead and do it, ”Bartol said.
They’ll drive that truck to Kentucky early Tuesday morning.
“People come out of the woods left and right – they hear it on the radio, I get emails every day asking, what can we do. What do you want? We will bring it. Let us know. And monetary donations are also pouring in. It’s good. The whole community really comes together.
If you miss the Sunday drop off, items will be accepted Monday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Beaver Dam Police Department on Park Avenue.
You can also donate through Beaver Dam Police Charities on PayPal.
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