Recovery takes place in Perryton as officials assess damage after a tornado swept through that community Thursday afternoon.
People can donate to the survivors and here are the different ways to do so.
Official FirstBank Southwest account for Perryton survivors:
The Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster Serving the Texas Panhandle set up an account at FirstBank Southwest for monetary donations.
Money donated to the account will benefit those who survived the tornado in Perryton.
The community can donate at any FirstBank Southwest locations in Perryton, Booker, Pampa, Amarillo, or Hereford. Donations can also be made by calling one of these branches.
When making a monetary donation, state that your donation is to benefit the survivors of the Perryton, Texas Tornado.
Also, the Texas Division of Emergency Management is encouraging tornado victims to self-report property damage once it is safe to do so by using the Individual State of Texas Assessment Tool online at https://damage.tdem.texas.gov/
Perryton ISD monetary donations:
Perryton ISD said they are taking monetary donations to buy supplies for the Perryton community and those in need.
The donation is through Cash App and Venmo. The donations will go to the Chase Your Dream account, Perryton ISD said.
Encounter Church taking donations:
Encounter Church in Amarillo is taking donations this morning until noon.
Donors can give water, blankets, flashlights, batteries, toiletries, snacks, etc.
Donations can be dropped off at the church, 200 Tascosa Road.