Here's how to help!

Metro Fire Department Special Operation rescues a Belle Meade police officer off Harding Road in Belle Meade, Tennessee on Sunday May 2, 2010. Police officer Norm Shelton was clinging to a tree for an hour before being rescued. The location of his patrol car is unknown. (AP Photo/The Tennessean, Shelley Mays)

Updated 2:46pm 5/26

Yep, this is the Volunteer State.  We're getting a lot of phone calls from people wanting to help.  Here is a list of people/organizations that can get you started on helping out our friends and neighbors that have had their lives turned upside down by the recent storms and flooding. 

Volunteer Organizations

Hands on Nashville 
Nashville Red Cross
Salvation Army
United Way
Christ Church of Nashville
Cross Point Volunteers

Donate Food/Goods

Leave Non-Perisables in Mailbox on Saturday (4/8)
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee
Salvation Army

Pet Donations

PAW People & Pets Donation Drive

Clothes Donations

Jewish Community Center
Community Resource Center

Fundraisers/Money Donations

Salvation Army
United Way
Buy a "We Are Nashville" T-Shirt
Eat Out for Nashville
Buy a "I Love Nashville" T-Shirt

Benefit Shows

Tim McGraw & Faith Hill Annouce: Nashville Rising: A benefit concert for flood recovery.
Bridgestone Arena, June 22nd. 
Tickets On-Sale Now!

Ke$ha: Flood Benefit Concert.  Limelight, June 16th.  Tickets on sale now.

Raise Awarenwess

We Are Nashville Twitter/Facebook
Nashville Flood Facebook Group
Nashville Flood on Twitter

MISC.
If you know of something that should be on this list comment below or contact me directly.  Thanks.