Airbnb is offering to help those displaced by the deadly tornadoes, which swept through Nashville and Middle Tennessee on Tuesday, with Airbnb hosts opening up their homes for free to those impacted.
According to USA Today, Airbnb announced its Open Homes Program would “offer free, temporary housing in Tennessee to those who need it.”
Airbnb hosts are opening their homes for free to help those impacted by the tornadoes in Nashville. Find temp accommodations here: https://t.co/7nw5dmd5U9
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“In the aftermath of a disaster, people use Airbnb’s Open Homes program to offer free, temporary housing to those who need it,” Airbnb shared on their website. “This includes relief workers, neighbors who’ve had to evacuate, and others impacted by the event.”
“We’ve already seen more than 170 hosts sign up to offer their homes for free,” Airbnb spokesperson Mattie Zazueta told USA Today adding they expect more to be added following the announcement.