Exclusive: Photos From Lee County Impact Zone

iHeartMedia staff were able to get a glimpse of the impact and aftermath of the Lee County tornado that hit Sunday, March 3.

Below, we have Lee County Info & Recovery information we are updating continuously: resources, how to donate or volunteer, and more. If you have more information to include, email Van Riggs at VanRiggs@iheartmedia.com.

Lee County Info & Recovery - Thumbnail Image

Lee County Info & Recovery

Additionally, a collection of iHeartMedia Alabama markets are collecting donations to benefit Community Foundation of East Alabama's Long Term Recovery Fund.

Donate today to our iHeartRadio Lee County Tornado Relief GoFundMe.

More information about Community Foundation of East Alabama Inc:

The Community Foundation of East Alabama was incorporated in 2007 as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. As a local center for philanthropy, the Community Foundation works with individuals, families, corporations, private foundations and nonprofit organizations to help them carry out their charitable objectives and address emerging community issues. Donors to the Community Foundation also benefit from the Foundation's combined assets which greatly reduce investment and administrative fees. Our five county region includes Lee, Chambers, Macon, Russell, and Tallapoosa.

Our Community Foundation is administered by a governing body of East Alabama citizens committed to building a vibrant community foundation. We are one of more than 700 community foundations in the United States whose assets total $50 billion. Through the generosity of people in East Alabama, our community foundation will continue to grow. Through grant making, we look forward to a brighter future by giving back to the place we call home.

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content

97.7 Kicker FM · Lee County's Best Country
Listen Now on iHeartRadio