DeWitt County 4-H members and the Riding Club have a trailer set up at the DeWitt County 4-H Fairgrounds waiting for donations. So far, they say people have been more than generous.
It's been one week since the tornado hit the small community of Moore.
So she and her other 4-H members joined forces with the DeWitt Riding Club. Their first thought was the animals.
"Everybody standing with me today has animals they would want taken care of," said Wickenhauser.
"We just need a lot of donations. There's a lot of animals in dire need," said Brenna Allen. She's vice president of 4-H.
"The income from the American Red Cross can go to the people. We're just kind of off setting the cost of helping with the other animals," said Paula Irvin. She's the leader of the 4-H club.
"It's not just the people from right here in DeWitt County. We have a lady from East Peoria donating 50 bales of hay. I'm also working with a bunch from around Vandalia and they have got a collection going with hay," said Irvin.
That's on top of 120 bales already donated.
"Donate, as much as possible," said Allen.
If you don't have any animal supplies to donate, they're also asking for money. You have until Wednesday to donate.
You can drop supplies off at the DeWitt County 4-H Fairgrounds or call Paula at (217) 871 - 9124.
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