NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Nashville is full of creative people including musicians, artists, designers and many more; so it's no surprise that within days of a tornado hitting Middle Tennessee several products were released in an effort to fund raise for tornado victims. The efforts go beyond Nashville and also put a spotlight on Cookeville which was impacted the greatest by the deadly storm.
If you'd like to donate to find another way to help, here are more options: How to help victims of the Middle Tennessee tornado
Tennessee Strong t-shirt
Proceeds from this design to the Putnam County Rescue Squad and The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.
"I Believe in Cookeville"- t-shirt
"CKVL - We rise by lifting others"- t-shirt
All profits of each shirt purchased will be donated to Help Now as recommended by Cookeville City Mayor Ricky Shelton and County Mayor Randy Porter.
Nashville Strong t-shirt - Project 615
100% of profits from the "Nashville Strong" Tee will go to the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund by the Community Foundation of Middle TN to aid in disaster relief.
READ MORE: Project 615 shirt raises $60,000 for tornado relief in just one day
“I Believe in Nashville” t-shirt
100% of all profits from shirts sold will be donated to non profits working to provide assistance to Tornado victims including The Community Foundation of Middle TN for Disaster Relief.
Nashville Strong: Keep the music playing t-shirt
100% of the proceeds from this shirt will go to Music City Inc., the charitable foundation of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp, with funds being quickly distributed to impacted families with immediate needs. Buy a shirt (or two or three) and help us keep the music playing.
Nashville Strong t-shirt - Living With Landyn
100% of profits supporting the Community Relief Center. See t-shirt here.
Nashville Strong stemless wine glasses - Apple and Oak
100% of the profits will be donated to tornado relief. Glasses are $12 each and available here.
Tennessee Flag Necklace
100% of profits from the Tennessee Flag Collection will be donated to the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund. Grants from the fund will be made to nonprofits providing vital services both immediate and long term.
If you know of any others we should add to this list let us know here: https://www.newschannel5.com/about-us/contact-us