JUNE 2011 – We hope that you and your family are safe from the terrifying tornado that ripped through our home state of Massachusetts on Wednesday, June 1, 2011. Now it is about picking up the pieces for the families that were directly affected by this event. The Capstone General Contracting team has been dispatched to assess the situation in Springfield — and we have seen devastating situations. The tornado has left many families hopeless and homeless. There is much tornado damage. We have been working to repair and rebuild homes that have been destroyed or damaged by the tornado’s fury.
We are working with the Red Cross and Salvation Army to get supplies (non-perishable food, clothing for children and adults, and toiletries) to the families out in Western Massachusetts that desperately need tornado relief.
Join us to help these families by donating any of the above-mentioned items. Non-perishable food and toiletries are needed more than anything. If you are interested in helping provide tornado relief, please contact our office at (508) 799-4463 for drop off information, or to see what items you can donate. Please drop off donations to our location at:
51 Union Street, Suite 118
Worcester, MA 01608
(Next door to Maxwell Silverman)
Also, many of the families affected by the Massachusetts tornadoes have pets. We would like to help those families provide comfort, food and water for their furry loved ones. Capstone is sending donations to two local animal shelters: Dakin Animals Society (www.dpvhs.org ) and Thomas J. O’Connor Animal Control
and Adoption Center ( www.tjoconnoradoptioncenter.com ).
Supplies can be dropped off, similar to donations going to the families. Animal shelters are in dire need of the following supplies: Dry dog food, Cat litter, Fleece beds, Leashes, Collars, etc.
Please call us if you have any questions. Thanks for all your support!
We cannot accept monetary donations for the tornado relief, but you can call the Red Cross or visit RedCross.org to find out more information on how you can provide tornado help to those in need. Again, thank you so much for all your help and continued support!