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How you can help North Texas tornado victims

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NORTH TEXAS - Granbury officials say they're received enough clothing, perishable food, and water supplies to supply over 1300 people for weeks, much more than have been displaced.
 
Right now the most needed supplies are: nonperishable food items, diapers, baby formula, hygiene items, and most of all cash.
 
The Community Bank in Granbury is accepting donations. They can be contacted at 817-573-BANK.
 
Mission Granbury is accepting all material and monetary donations. They can be contacted at 817-579-6866.
 
The American Red Cross, the Salvation Army, and Habitat for Humanity are also collecting donations.
 
If you want to make a monetary donation over the phone, the CBS affiliate in Dallas has a hotline that will be accepting donations from 4:00 - 6:30 p.m. That number is 1-877-TEXAS-11.
 
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