First Priority Tornado Relief Efforts

Click here for Updated Tornado Relief Efforts – As of Tuesday, May 3, 2011

First Priority is currently coordinating tornado relief efforts in communities and schools that we serve across Alabama. We know that thousands of children and students will need not only physical but emotional and spiritual support during the days, weeks and months to come. First Priority is engaging with local churches and other ministries to provide these services and supplies to children and youth groups in the areas affected by Wednesday’s tornados. First Priority will be there now just as it has been for the past 20 years to provide encouragement to every student in every community who needs help. This stands to be an unprecedented opportunity to touch young lives with the love of Jesus Christ and we are determined to see it happen. Please help us help them and become personally involved by supporting this unprecedented need in our area. 

To donate toward the relief efforts, click here. In the “Comments” section type, “First Priority Tornado Relief Effort.” If you are 16 years of age or older and would like to help with clean-up efforts (manual labor) in areas affected by the storms, please e-mail: For more up-to-date, specific information and volunteer opportunities, stay connected to First Priority Greater Birmingham on Facebook, follow us on twitter: @firstpriorityal, or visit our blog at

Greg Davis


First Priority Greater Birmingham


2 Responses to “First Priority Tornado Relief Efforts”

  1. […] Birmingham: Register with Hands on Birmingham.Volunteer with the Birmingham Salvation Army, Jefferson County Emergency Management Agency, and the Birmingham Baptist Association, First Priority. […]

  2. Karen Reuter says:

    Madeira Silverwood Presbyterian Church in Cincinnati is interested in bringing a team to Birmingham in June to help with disaster relief. We have a place to stay while we’re there, but are wondering if you would have some work for us in that area. There will be youth and adults.
    Karen Reuter

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