Trevecca Nazarene University

Trevecca students serving others affected by the flood

View more photos of Trevecca's relief efforts on Facebook by clicking on the photo above.
When Nashville was flooded, Trevecca students went to work to meet the needs of those displaced by the flood waters. Working with Hands-on Nashville and the Red Cross, they helped community members set up a shelter in Bellevue Middle School and staffed it around the clock from its opening on Sunday evening, May 2. They continue to work that shelter in 6-hour shifts today.

They have helped in the shelter operated by Lipscomb University. Another group helped the Church of the Nazarene in Gallatin move furniture after its building was flooded this weekend.

In the afternoon they assisted at the shelter operated by the Shriner's Temple.

With their classes canceled today, students used that free time to volunteer wherever they were needed as the City of Nashville begins its recovery efforts from the weekend flooding.

Click here to view photos of Trevecca's flood relief efforts.