AUBURN, Ala. -- Several relief efforts are being initiated throughout the Lee County area following tornadoes and severe weather on Sunday, March 4. 

Relief efforts include donation drives, providing shelter and creating recovery plans throughout the areas in need.

Auburn Dream Center is one of many who collected donations this morning, according to their Facebook page. 

Red Cross joined the effort by providing shelter for victims at Providence Baptist Church in Opelika, Alabama, according to the church's Facebook page. 

Smith Station Volunteer Fire Department Station in Smiths Station, Alabama-- one of the more affected areas-- also offered shelter to victims, according to Lee County EMA's twitter page.

Several parts of campus are also accepting donations. The college of Liberal Arts is accepting donations, as well as the Foy Desk in the Student Center, the Burton Hall conference room and the Facilities Management Complex. The supplies that they gather are set to be delivered to Lee County EMA by the end of the week. 

Campus organizations, like IFC Fraternity Phi Kappa Tau, are also making efforts to provide relief to victims. Phi Kappa Tau's Instagram page announced its efforts this morning, asking students to help the make a difference. 

East Alabama Medical Center is also seeking blood donations for their over 40 admitted victims, according to their Facebook page. Blood donations are being accepted through the LifeSouth blood center in Opelika, Alabama.

This is a developing story. More relief efforts will be added as more are announced.