“We were lucky to not receive harsh damage and our hearts go out to those who did,” said General Manager Jim Anderson. “We want to help the surrounding areas as much as we can,” he added.
Pine Mountain is asking people to donate items or cash/check donations made out to Pine Mountain RVC, which will one hundred percent go to people in need.
Items being requested are daily-use items, such as (but not limited to):
- Diapers of any size
- Toilet Paper
- Paper Towels
- Dish detergent
- Washing detergent
- Baby food
- Can food
- Non perishable food
- Pots & pans
All items and donations must be received no later than May 18, in order for trucks to be organized and loaded. These can be shipped, brought directly to Pine Mountain, or made over the phone. The majority of the donations will go to the city of Eclectic, Alabama, which is two hours away from Pine Mountain. The storm marked the worst tornado outbreak since 1974 and unfortunately Alabama was one of the states to be hit the hardest.
People and current guests donating to victims through Pine Mountain will receive a 20 percent discount on their stay or be mailed a voucher for future use. Please call Pine Mountain at (706) 663-4329 to make donations by phone or request more information.
Pine Mountain, an RVC Outdoor Destination is located one hour south of Atlanta at 8804 Hamilton Road in Pine Mountain, GA, 38122. For more information, visit www.pinemountain.rvcoutdoors.com.
Thank YOU for your help and prayers to all of the people affected!