Hearthstone Homes in conjunction with Mountain Timber Structures are "all hands on deck" to help folks repair and rebuild their properties caused by the recent wildfires.
In an effort to get Gatlinburg wildfire victims back into safe warm homes as soon as possible, we are giving priority and a notable discount to those who need to repair and rebuild their properties. We will be offering this emergency construction service from now until Spring. Our hearts and prayers continue to be with all affected by this devastation.
Many volunteers are needed to help assist in wildfire recovery efforts in Sevier County. Volunteer East Tennessee is leading the efforts to coordinate volunteers. The non-profit has set up a Volunteer Reception Center in Sevierville. It's serving as the check-in point for all volunteers wanting to donate their time. The center is located at 1304 Parkway, Sevierville, TN, 37862 (building that says "Theater" on the front).
The Red Cross is not looking for untrained volunteers, but is accepting monetary donations. People can make a $10 donation by texting "REDCROSS" to 90999. Red Cross workers have served more than 10,000 meals and snacks to wildfire evacuees at shelters in the Galinburg and Pigeon Forge area as of 10 a.m. Tuesday. The Red Cross has served nearly 1,000 meals to firefighters battling the fires.
The Gatlinburg Relief Fund has been established at SmartBank. Donations can be dropped off at any location or mailed to:
Call 865-453-2650 for more information.
The American Red Cross is accepting donations for evacuees and first responders to the Sevier County fire. The organization is accepting donations at the Pigeon Forge Fire Hall Station 1 at 3229 Rena Street in Pigeon Forge and New Hope Church of God in Kodak: