The group has delivered 118,115 lbs. of disaster relief supplies including personal hygiene items, toiletries, diapers, and snacks.
Operation Blessing International's U.S. Disaster Relief director Jody Herrington said that as of February 16 the group had coordinated 10,196 volunteer hours totaling $198,772 in matching funds for the local government.
This dollar amount includes general volunteers at the federal match rate of $18.72 as well as increased dollar amounts for "specialized labor."
OB has coordinated over 1,119 volunteers to date. This is before they add some volunteer numbers from the end of last week.
On Saturday the OB group coordinated two, county-wide volunteer days in both Sumner County and Macon County.
The numbers for each county are as follows:
In Macon County:
* 785 Volunteers
* 6,029.5 Hours
* $128,725 matching dollars for volunteers, which includes both general and specialized volunteers.
Jody Herrington said on Monday, "We worked hand in hand with Mayor Shelby Lynville (Macon County), TEMA, TDOT, the Tennessee Highway Patrol, the Macon County Sheriff's Department, the Macon County Incident Commander and the entire Macon County EOC.
In Sumner County
* 257 Volunteers
* 2,056 Hours
* $38,488.32 in matching dollars for volunteers.
AmeriCorps Teams were deploying in the area on Sunday, February 17. The Sacramento team arrived Monday night and a Mobile, AL team will arrived Sunday night. The AmeriCorps teams will join our OB work crews working throughout Macon, Sumner, and Trousdale Counties.