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FNC to Serve as Collection Point for Disaster-Support Items

Donations are being accepted at FNC corporate offices now through Friday, May 9
Mortgage technology company FNC announced Thursday that its corporate offices in Oxford will serve as a collection point for goods donated to help Mississippi storm victims.
Tornadoes tore through Tupelo and other communities near Oxford on Monday, destroying businesses, homes, and lives.
“Some of our employees who commute from these areas were affected by this tragic event and we want to show our support to them and their communities by helping any way we can,” said FNC CEO Bill Rayburn, adding that teams of FNC employees will be going to the Tupelo area in shifts to provide hands-on help with ongoing support efforts there.
The following most-needed items may be dropped off at FNC headquarters, 1214 Office Park Drive, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. today through Friday, May 9:

  • Bottled water
  • Insulin test strips
  • Gatorade (sports drinks)
  • Nitrile gloves (non-latex)
  • Individually packaged snacks
  • Neosporin
  • Non-perishable food items
  • Peroxide
  • Personal hygiene & care items
  • Stethoscope
  • Baby ear thermometers
  • Blood pressure cuff
  • Small medicine cups
  • Sharps container
  • Benadryl tablets
  • Alcohol wipes
  • Small gauze pads
  • Distilled water

FNC will handle delivering the items to support locations in the affected communities.
For more information, please contact Bethany Cooper at (662) 236-8339.

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