CINCINNATI, Ohio (WLWT) – After flash floods pummeled the Tri-State Sunday, community members are coming together to help those affected.
A nonprofit therapy music studio asked for help cleaning up today after four feet of water knocked over instruments and furniture.
Matthew 25: Ministries will distribute personal care and cleaning kits, safety supplies, paper products and other supplies to those displaced or recovering after the flood.
“Helping the Cincinnati community is a big part of our work,” said Matthew 25 CEO Tim Mettey. “Cincinnati is our home and we work with partners all year long to assist those in need in our community. Our hearts go out to those affected by this flooding and we are committed to helping those affected by this and similar disasters in our community.”
Matthew 25: Ministries accepts donations. Find out more at their website.
A Facebook page has been created to help connect flood victims in Norwood with those who want to help. Called “Norwood Flood of 2016 Updates,” the page includes a file where residents can sign up to request volunteers.