Nashville Rescue Mission in need of bottled water as temperatures rise
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) —
The Nashville Rescue Mission is in need of bottled water as temperatures in Music City are rising.
With summer approaching, the days are not only getting longer but hotter. These intense temperatures, reaching up in to the 80s and 90s, can lead to severe water shortages.
The Nashville Rescue Mission said its supply of bottled water has dwindled down, leaving them with almost nothing.
The non-profit is asking for bottled water from the community as it prepares to launch the "Hot Patrol," in which members go out into the area and hand out water to the homeless.
Click here to visit the Nashville Rescue Mission's website or drop donations off at 639 Layfayette Street in Nashville.