How to help the tornado victims around Ohio

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COLUMBUS (WCMH) — After the outbreak of storms and tornadoes Monday night, people are wondering how they can help.  

Several organizations around the state are stepping up to help those affected by the storms.

– City of Grace is holding a Water for Dayton drive at 3350 Allegheny Ave, Columbus OH, Wednesday through Friday from 5 to 8 pm., and Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

– The Middletown Police Department at 1 Donham Plaza Middletown, OH 45042 is accepting the following donations for those affected by the storms in Dayton: 

MOST IMPORTANTLY: 
Non-perishable food  
Water 

Shampoo 
Conditioner 
Toothpaste+Toothbrushes 
Deodorant 
Hand Soap 
Toilet Paper 
Tampons 
Diapers 
Baby Wipes 
Gauze 
Alcohol 
Hydrogen Peroxide 
Bleach  
Dish Soap 
Laundry Detergent  
Bath Towels 
Blankets  
Washcloths 

Dog Food 
Cat Food 
Cat Litter 
Leashes 
Collars 
Towels 

Kids Books 
Toys 
Bottles 
Formula 

Of course the American Red Cross is also taking donations to help those affected by severe weather. You can make a monetary donation with them here: RedCross.org

If your organization is taking donations for the communities in Ohio affected by Monday night’s storms, please email us with the information to stories@nbc4i.com. 

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