Tornado Recovery Volunteer Sign-up
Thanks for choosing to serve with us during one of our upcoming service days in Lee County to help in the recovery from the devastating tornado of March 3, 2019. You can serve as an individual, family, or organize a team. The current work is still focused on debris removal and clearing downed trees. We expect to begin home repairs and replacement in late May or June.

For teams and out of town families, we need at least two weeks notice in order to prepare your service site. We can provide housing but teams must be self sufficient beyond that - meaning you will take care of your meals, work under your own crew leader guidance, and - if possible - bring your own tools. We have a guest house and church for your use. Staying overnight is a donation of $8/night/person to help us with utilities. Once we begin the process of home repair/replacement, we ask for donations of $20/workday/person to cover the costs of construction materials. Please use the form below to provide us with your information and we will contact you about dates and logistical details.

Another option for groups is our regular summer program in June and July. This is a week long opportunity that will focus on the tornado recovery and is a structured program led by ARM staff. For more information and to register for a summer program go to:

For individuals, we need three days notice to add you to an existing team. We will contact you to work out dates, meeting place, and logistics. Please use the form below to provide your information and we will be in touch with more details.

If you would like to contact us with more questions about what is needed, please email our coordinator for volunteers Andrew Baird at or by calling the ARM office at (334) 501-4276.

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