All photography provided by Jared Chambers
Since 2003, we have led the effort to deliver thousands of brand new teddy bears into the hands of Child Watch Counseling and Advocacy center and PASAC of western Kentucky. Counselors use these teddy bears to help children feel more at ease while they are speaking with them.
We have also led the way in informing the public about NOAA weather radios in southeast Missouri, southern Illinois, western Kentucky, and northwest Tennessee. Through our efforts tens of thousands of weather radios are now in the hands of local residents.
My goal is to bring you the best weather information in an easy to understand format. I am a big believer in using social media for what it was intended to be used for, being SOCIAL!
I interact with all of my subscribers and followers. If you have a question above weather, then I do my best to deliver you an answer.
I run a subscription weather service. If you would like more information about that then please visit www.beaudodsonweather.com
I believe in paying it forward. Giving back to our local communities is important to me.
We also help supportthe Shadow Angel Foundation. This is a non-profit charity serving children and families affected by traumatic events, from natural disasters to poverty and abuse. The foundation serves our community through a variety of growing projects, like our flagship Teddy Bear Drive and others.
Beau Dodson Weather supports the Shadow Angel Foundation.
What We've Achieved
- Teddy Bears to local services that work with abused and neglected children.
- NOAA Weather Radio educational programs.
- Helping the State of Kentucky place flash flood signs in one local county.
- Large fund raisers for the Guardian Family Services Center in Metropolis, Illinois. A center for abused and neglected women and children.
- Lending help to local chapters of the American Red Cross.
- Helping local school districts buy much needed supplies. Supplies including tables, desks, computers, reading literature, and more.
- Helping educate the public about severe weather safety.
- An arts scholarship in memory of Justin Croach.