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How You Can Help Indiana Tornado Victims

The Salvation Army is serving victims and first responders of areas in Indiana affected by tornados. Storms have left hundreds in need of shelter, food and hydration. They're working tirelessly to provide what they can for those in need, but they need your help to do so.


Text the word HOOSIER to 41444 to donate or go to the Donation Form for The Salvation Army to give online.


Tune in to WIBC's Hammer & Nigel on Friday (4-6pm) and Home & Garden on Saturday (9am-1pm), we'll have all the information you'll need about donating and how you can make a difference.

We will also have some donation kettles out for Kokomo tornado victims at the Bud Light Tailgate on Georgia Street before the Colts game on Saturday from 4-7pm. Kettles we be at the tents of 93.1 WIBC, B105.7, 97.1 HANK FM & 93.5/1070 The Fan. 

All of the money is all going to the Salvation Army of Indiana Disaster Relief Fund. 



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