The EF3 tornado that touched down in Lamar and Monroe counties, cleared a path of destruction nearly 30 miles long, and more than a half mile wide at some points.
The destruction is clearly seen from high above ground, looking like a brown trail of dirt in a field of green.
But volunteers at the Barnesville Church of the Nazarene, are gathering, and donating food, clothing, and anything families affected by the tornadoes need.
"We're just trying to get the word out, that we're here, and we've got a lot of stuff that we would like to give to whoever needs it," Diane Brinkley said.
Brinkley volunteers at the church, and was planning a church yard sale last week, when the tornadoes hit. That's when the church decided to give everything away, and become a collection spot where people can donate goods for tornado victims.
"It kind of just fell in my lap to do, which I don't mind at all. But it's rewarding to see people. To see people that are wanting to give, that want to do something," Brinkley said.
Barnesville Church of the Nazarene still needs donations, and volunteers to help distribute goods to families. If you would like to donate, or find out information about how to donate, click here.