Tornado Relief Efforts

Second Harvest is hosting a distribution for Winchester residents at Goodrich Park today at 3 pm. Residents are advised to follow the local travel restrictions. Please spread the word to anybody you know who needs food or toiletries.

If you have any questions, please call Second Harvest at (765) 287-8698.

In response to the devastating tornadoes that struck Winchester in Randolph County and eastern Delaware County on Thursday, March 14th, Second Harvest Food Bank is mobilizing efforts to support affected residents. The tornado, which caused significant damage to homes and businesses, has left many in our community without shelter, power, and basic necessities.

Second Harvest is collaborating with local authorities, partners, and businesses to deliver immediate and ongoing assistance to those impacted by the disaster. Our focus is on providing shelf-stable food and essential toiletries to displaced families and individuals who lost their homes or are currently without power.

How you can help:

Fund our disaster relief efforts. Second Harvest is actively raising funds to extend its reach and ensure no one in need goes without help. Donations will help provide food and toiletries to the tornado-affected areas. Click here to donate now!

We need 30 volunteers to pre-pack food in boxes from 9 am to 12 pm on Monday morning at the Second Harvest warehouse. Register to pack food!
We also need 20 volunteers to help us distribute the food in Winchester. The distribution will run from approximately 2:30 – 5:30 pm. Register to distribute food!

“We are committed to helping our community recover from this tragic event,” said Bekah Clawson, President and CEO of Second Harvest. “With the support of our partners and the community, we can provide immediate relief and ongoing support to those affected by the tornado. We are grateful for any support you can provide during this critical time.”

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