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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

World Care is currently collecting donations for emergency relief supplies for the victims of the tornados in the Midwest and South, which left 16 dead and caused severe damage.

Both funding and supplies are needed to assist the victims of these storms. Those interested may drop their donations at 3430 E. 36th St. Tucson, 85713 (inside the Sam Levitz Warehouse); Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The following supplies are needed:

Initial Needs List:

Hygiene

Dental Floss

Deodorant

Diapers (Adult and Baby)

Feminine hygiene products

Hand Towels

Hand Sanitizers

Liquid Detergent

Nail Clippers

Razors/Shaving Cream

Shampoo and Conditioner

Soap (Both Bar & Liquid)

Toilet Paper

Toothpaste, Toothbrushes

Medical (Basic First Aid and OTC Only)

Antacids

Antibacterial Ointment

Band-Aids

Basic First Aid Kits

Elastic Bandages

Gauze, sterile and non-sterile

Hypo-allergenic adhesive tape

OTC pain relievers

For those not able to donate supplies, but are interested in making a monetary donation may do so via World Care's secure website at www.worldcare.org; or mail their donation to the following address:

World Care

100 N. Stone Ave. #1005

Tucson, AZ 85701

World Care is also in need of volunteers to help sort and pack supplies to be sent to the affected areas.

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