Here is information about what and where to make donations to help the tornado survivors of Perryton, Texas.
The Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster Serving the Texas Panhandle set up an account at FirstBank Southwest for monetary donations. Money donated to the account will benefit those who survived the tornado in Perryton.
The community can make a donation at any FirstBank Southwest locations in Perryton, Booker, Pampa, Amarillo or Hereford (we will provide more information about our temporary Perryton branch soon). Donations can also be made by calling one of these branches. When making a monetary donation, state that your donation is to benefit the survivors of the Perryton, Texas tornado.
FBSW addresses and phone numbers:
We’ve made giving to the Perryton Disaster Relief fund even easier. You can now give with Venmo. All money will be directed to Ochiltree County Emergency Management to help the
many needs in Perryton.
When making a donation through Venmo, please designate your contribution to "Perryton Disaster Relief"
Thank you for giving and please keep our community in your prayers.
Perryton National Bank
Perryton National Bank has a relief fund set up for those affected by the horrific disaster in Perryton on June 15. 100% of these funds will be distributed to the families who have lost property in these storms. Donations can be dropped off to Perryton National Bank at 825 S.
Main, or mailed to - Perryton National Bank-Perryton Disaster Relief Fund PO BOX 969 Perryton, TX. We will also take funds via Debit/Credit Card, via phone (806) 435 - 9641.
Additionally, donations via Venmo will go directly into the account.
The VFW in Liberal will be taking donations to be delivered to Perryton. Please make donations by Thursday June 29th. Here is a list of items needed
Men’s and Women’s underwear and Socks
Dog and cat food
If you go to Perryton to volunteer, make sure you check in at the high school cafeteria first.
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH DAYCARE
First Christian Church is looking for volunteers to work 3 hour shifts starting at 7:30 each day to keep children whose families have been affected by the tornado.
Contact Shelia Deal at 806-930-0943
COMMUNITY WORSHIP CENTER
Community Worship Center is asking for help cleaning and organizing the supplies/donations drop-off at all times of the day.
1 - 2 volunteers are needed each day to man the colling tent stationed at Murphy Park (next to the showers) from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Contact Rendy Piltcher at 806-772-7472 with questions.