The Pine Bluff community is still assisting residents of the Broadmoor neighborhood after last Wednesday’s tornado.

Pine Bluff Mayor Shirley Washington said in a news release issued Monday afternoon that “Our community continues to respond to the recent tornado in Pine Bluff. Please help us share these updates with friends, family, and neighbors affected by this severe weather."

For Immediate Shelter Needs:

The Salvation Army of Pine Bluff, Arkansas is providing food and emergency shelter at 501 E 12th Avenue. Contact (870) 534-0504 for more information.

For Other Needs:

For residents who have not yet registered with the American Red Cross Arkansas, caseworkers will be available at the Pine Bluff Red Cross office at the Reynolds Center (211 W 3rd Ave) Monday, May 13th from 9am-4pm and Tuesday, May 14th 9am-4pm.

The Pine Bluff Housing Authority is accepting applications for housing assistance. Please call (870) 536-2074 between 9am-Noon and 1pm-4pm Monday-Friday or visit in person at 2503 Belle Meade Drive.

Residents of Myranda Place apartments can contact the apartment office at (870) 534-3808 regarding rent and housing deposit refunds.

Donations to support citizens affected by the tornado are being accepted by:

The Salvation Army of Pine Bluff

Call (870) 534-0504 or visit 501 E 12th Avenue.

The American Red Cross Pine Bluff

Call 870-534-7312 or visit 211 W 3rd Avenue.

The United Way of Southeast Arkansas

Call (870) 534-2153 or visit 211 W 3rd Avenue.

The Faith Community Coalition

Call (870) 413-6345. Checks can be made out to "COC" and sent to Lakeside UMC at 1500 S Olive Street.