Two Dickson County women are teaming up to collect donations today to be taken to the victims of the devastating tornado in Oklahoma and a Dickson church is organizing a mission to help with cleanup. 24 people were killed when a massive tornado struck Moore, a suburb of Oklahoma City, on Monday. Julie Harrell of Charlotte and Donna Matlock of Dickson began planning to collect donations to take to the area individually, then connected through Facebook to join forces. The pair hopes to fill a truck with donations and head to the stricken area tomorrow evening. Donations are being accepted 10 am-5 pm today at a trailer in the parking lot at Wal-Mart and Yesterday’s Treasures at 517 North Main Street will stay open until 7 pm today as a drop-off point. After contacting the Salvation Army, the needs list includes water and sports drinks, non-perishable food, formula and baby items, pet food and supplies, cleaning supplies, personal hygiene products, garbage bags and more. The effort also will be accepting cash donations to help with gas for the trip and any leftover funds will be donated to the recovery efforts. Most of the supplies will be taken to the Salvation Army in Oklahoma City and distributed at other churches and schools. The group will be leaving Friday evening. For more information on how you can help, contact Harrell at 946-5093 or Matlock at 924-9120. First Baptist Church in Dickson is organizing a volunteer mission to help with the cleanup after the storms. There are 40 spots available for a $50 donation. The group will leave at 6 am Wednesday and return on Saturday. Volunteers will help with clearing debris and offer support to victims through ministry and prayer. For more information, contact Todd Vermilyea of First Baptist at 446-4640.