GREENSBORO, NC – WFMY NEWS 2 and the United Way partnered this week to raise more than a $100,00 for tornado victims during two telethons. Sunday’s tornadoes devastated parts of East and Northeast Greensboro and parts of Rockingham County. TEGNA’s CBS affiliate in Greensboro launched #2Cares the next day to rally the community together. Tuesday and Thursday telethons during the early evening news raised $106,850 for tornado relief.

Wells Fargo made the largest donation, contributing $50,000. Many other local businesses made large donations as well, including Maple View Creamery, nOma Foods, and Skatetown USA.

Going forward, #2Cares and 50-plus participating organizations will continue to coordinate donations with key drop-off locations near the impacted areas in Greensboro and Rockingham county.

“WFMY News 2 launched #2Cares to partner with our community to give and volunteer where the need is greatest,” according to WFMY News 2 President & GM Larry Audas.

“We’re humbled to be part of something bigger than us and all about our neighbors. #2Cares will coordinate relief, support and tangible help until our community is back on its feet.”

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If you or your organization would like to participate in #2Cares, please contact Bob Kim - WFMY News 2 - at bkim@wfmy.com.