In the wake of the March 31 tornadoes, communities and families across Pulaski and Lonoke Counties will be responding and rebuilding into the foreseeable future. Heart of Arkansas United Way is here to help.
Short Term Recovery
In the immediate aftermath of the March 31 tornadoes, services like shelter, clean up, and food distribution are the greatest needs.
If you were affected by the tornado and are looking for resources:
- The State of Arkansas's HelpArkansas.gov provides information on federal and state resources available.
- Our partners at Our House have compiled a list of available resources. Visit ourhouseshelter.org/disaster to learn more.
- The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration has a Disaster Distress helpline available 24/7 for those who need access to counseling services in the wake of the disaster.
To support short-term response and recovery, consider giving to one of the organizations below:
- American Red Cross Greater Arkansas chapter
- Salvation Army Arkansas/Oklahoma Division
- Arkansas United Methodist Disaster Response
- Arkansas Baptist Disaster Relief
- Arkansas Foodbank
- Little Rock School District Cares
- Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Emergency Response
- Little Rock Cares Funds
- Sheep Dog Impact Assistance
- Mercy Chefs
Long Term Recovery: Disaster Response Fund
Heart of Arkansas United Way's disaster response fund will support the work of long-term recovery in our community. We know this work is ahead for many months to come. Your gift will help our neighbors rebuild once federal and state resources have diminished.