NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Portions of Nashville are in need of volunteers after extreme flooding devastated areas along creeks and streams in Music City, prompting Mayor John Cooper to issue a State of Emergency for Davidson County.
Anyone interested in helping those impacted by the flooding can volunteer to be a Hands On Nashville team member.GALLERY: Flooding across Middle Tennessee
Hands On Nashville, along with the Nashville Office of Emergency Management (OEM), is seeking reliable volunteers to help with relief and recovery efforts.
Volunteer Leader tasks may include (but may not be limited to):
- Helping set up and organize work stations, registration tables, tools, supplies, etc.
- Providing volunteer leadership and supervision at projects
- Assisting with volunteer registration, check-in, and data collection
- Ensuring volunteers are safe and projects get done
- Reporting back to HON with needs, updates, issues, etc.