“The town of Waverly needs our support after widespread floods destroyed many homes and businesses,” Byard said in a post on social media.
The town of Waverly needs our support after widespread flash floods destroyed many homes & businesses. Join us as we tackle change with @KevinByard & @UWNashville in the town of Waverly. We’re matching donations up to $5,000! #TennesseeProud #WaverlyStrong https://t.co/SomaYjLEDN pic.twitter.com/Km2o1zWw69
The Tennessee Titans previously had donated equipment to the Waverly Central High football team after its football field and fieldhouse were destroyed in the flooding. The team also pledged $50,000 to Waverly flood victims and allowed the Tigers’ football team to play a home game against White House at Nissan Stadium.
— Byard Family Legacy Fund (@ByardFamilyFund) September 28, 2021
The Byard Family Legacy Fund has teamed with United Way of Humphreys County to raise funds after the flash flooding on Aug. 21 destroyed more than 500 homes and businesses in the Waverly area.
Byard’s foundation will match donations up to $5,000 made through the Byard Family Legacy Fund. Click for information on how to donate.
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