Donations of cash, checks & gift cards are still being accepted.
The Smithville Kiwanis Club will be assisting with coordinating some donations for those affected by the tornado. Donations will be handled as follows:
- Checks can be made payable to Smithville Kiwanis Club, put Smithville Tornado in the memo line
- Cash - place in an envelope with the contributors' name and contact information
- Gift Cards - place in an envelope with the contributors' name and contact information
All monetary donations (checks, cash, gift cards) can be dropped off at either Smithville Platte Valley Bank location or at the Smithville Citizen's Bank.
All water bottle donations can be dropped off outside Smithville City Hall at the rear entrance located at the back of the building.
For those who want to volunteer please contact City Hall with an e-mail to email@example.com
. Be sure to provide your name, phone number, and any special skills you have that may assist with the clean-up. You will receive a call to coordinate times that volunteers will be needed. Volunteers MUST
attend a safety briefing at City Hall prior to assisting with any clean-up efforts. This will be coordinated with your return phone call.
Updates and more detailed information can be found on the following webpages:
The Smithville Police Department is sharing the following informational message from the Clinton Country Sheriff's Office regarding our bordering Clinton County residents, friends, and neighbors also affected by the tornado.
We are receiving notifications from Smithville that some Clinton County Citizens may need assistance. Please if you are in need of any type of assistance contact the Clinton County Sheriff's Office ask for Captain Carrel or Clinton County Emergency Manager Blair Shock both can be reached at 816-539-2156. You may also contact the Red Cross 816-232-8439.
For ways you can assist or volunteer in Clinton County please contact the Clinton County Emergency Manager, Blair Shock at 816-539-2156.