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Nashville Flood

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Nashville Flood 2010

Success!! Phase 1 and 2 have been completed. 2 trucks full of supplies sent to Nashville



Over the weekend Nashville, TN has been engulfed in record flooding.   Parts of the state have seen 20 inches of rain. At least 11 deaths have been accounted for so far.  Mayor Dean of Nashville has announced that the damages from the flood will be over $1 billion.

 beremedy has a team on the ground in Nashville currently assessing needs. We will be posting pictures from the team and tweeting needs as they are presented to the team.


The Plan

We will be collecting the listed supplies all day Monday, May 10th 2010  and Wednesday May12th at the below locations and will transporting them to Hands on Nashville in Nashville on Thursday May 13th, 2010.  They will distribute the items to the people in need.

Items Needed


Drywall T-Square

Flat crowbars/wonderbars

Commercial strength utility knifes


Cleaning supplies

Screw Drivers

Drop-off Locations

Drop off locations for the following Walton Propeties will be in the leasing offices which are located in front of the community gates.  You will find the beremedy bin inside.

Walton Centennial
900 Walton Way
Roswell, GA 30076


Walton Ridenour
1425 Ridenour Boulevard
Kennesaw, GA 30152

Walton River
2550 Akers Mill Road
Atlanta, GA 30339

Walton Village
1570 Roberta Drive
Marietta, GA 30008

North Forsyth: Donut Connection
3225 Keith Bridge Road
Cumming, GA 30040
Phone: (678-513-0962)

The Warehouse/Land of 1000 Hills Coffee 
5095 Post Rd
Cumming, GA, 30040
Rockbridge Community Church
100 West Gordon St.
Dalton, GA 30720
440.759.0642 - John



If your organization would like to partner with us to remedy Nashville please click the get involved button below.


  Here are a couple of the pictures taken by our team member Brian Hall who is there now.

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