Austin Disaster Relief Network creates fund to help Central Texans affected by tornadoes

Roadside damage in Round Rock. (Haley Grace/Community Impact Newspaper)
Roadside damage in Round Rock. (Haley Grace/Community Impact Newspaper)

Roadside damage in Round Rock. (Haley Grace/Community Impact Newspaper)

Nonprofit Austin Disaster Relief Network launched the Central Texas Tornadoes Relief Fund March 21 after multiple tornadoes touched down in the greater Austin area.

The storms caused major damage to homes and businesses in Williamson County, Travis County and other local communities.



Property damage assessment is still in the beginning stages. ADRN officials anticipate using the fund to clean up storm debris, replace lost or damaged personal property, and rebuild structures.

The relief fund is accepting donations here.

Central Texans affected by storms March 21 can call the ADRN Disaster Survivor Hotline at 512-806-0800.

By Glorie Martinez

Reporter, Southwest Austin/Dripping Springs

Glorie joined Community Impact Newspaper in January 2021 after graduating with a degree in journalism from The University of Texas at Austin. Glorie covers education, business, city/county government, real estate developments and more. Prior to CI, she was an intern at KUT Public Media in Austin.