IOWA, USA — Many Iowans are still without basic resources a week after powerful storms tore through the state.
More than 98,000 households were still without power as of Sunday morning. Linn County had over 50,000 homes without power.
Local 5 is working to compile a list of ways people can help Iowans as recovery efforts continue.
If you know of any organizations asking for volunteers/donations across the state, email firstname.lastname@example.org or text 515-457-1026 with the information.
Cedar Rapids/Linn County:
KCRG-TV reports communities around the Cedar Rapids are struggling to find resources following the derecho. Here's how you can help them:
Marshall County Emergency Management said the best way to volunteer is to check in with the city hall of the city you want to help in.
Other organizations are in cities like Marshalltown to help with clean up and provide food to residents without power.
Story County Emergency Management is still looking for volunteers to help with clean up across the county. Register to volunteer by clicking/tapping this link.
The Carson King Foundation is partnering with "Iowa love" to sell t-shirts to raise money for derecho relief and recovery efforts.
You can also sign up to volunteer with the American Red Cross. The Red Cross has set up locations in Linn County.
RAYGUN is also selling t-shirts and donating the proceeds. As of Saturday, the company has raied more than $6,500.
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