Gloucester County Tornado 9/1/2021


Call our hotline at (856) 307-4805 for assistance.

Individuals seeking emergency temporary housing can call (856) 307-4816 for assistance.

Mental Health Professionals are being deployed to neighborhoods suffering from the devastation. Volunteers assisted from NJ Disaster Response Crisis Counselors Gloucester County Chapter (DRCC), Traumatic Loss Coalition (TLC) and Tri-State K-9 Response Team

Donations through the United Way of Gloucester County

Disaster-Relief-Fund-graphicUnited Way of Gloucester County is accepting donations to support the immediate and long term needs of the response and recovery efforts from the September 1s tornado and accompanying flooding and high wind damage in Gloucester County. All donations to this fund will be used for response and recovery.

Donations can be made securely at the Gloucester County Disaster Relief Fund by United Way of Gloucester County.

New Jersey Red Cross

The NJ Red Cross is also accepting donations. Visit

Click the Donate tab and select “Your Local Red Cross”  under the I Want to Support section. 

Please note: Gloucester County and the Gloucester County Office of Emergency Management is not in need of donations at this time. Gloucester County is not facilitating any donations at this time.

Click the Photo Below to Request Donations

Orange Blue Book Donation Poster

Mental Health & ADA Resources

Additional FEMA information can be found on their website at

Gloucester County EMS always goes above and beyond the call of service. 

When Harrison Twp. resident Ashley Thomas called 9-1-1 when the tornado came through her home, EMS Crews were on the scene.

Our thoughts are with the Thomas Family and all families who are affected by the tornado. 

If you are in need of assistance, please reach out to the Gloucester County Emergency Management or contact your local municipality.