A volunteer organization powered by University of Alabama students is continuing to help families devastated by the April 27 tornadoes.
UA Greek Relief has raised money to help build two Habitat for Humanity homes in the Tuscaloosa.
The organization was founded after April 27 as a means to give back and rebuild. Following the tornadoes, the group served over 52,000 hot meals to survivors and relief workers, distributed thousands of relief supplies and raised over $210,000 to help the community rebuild.
The funds used to build the two Habitat homes are the last monies raised by UA Greek Relief after the storms.
To learn more about the group, please visit uagreekrelief.com.
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