Help for Oklahoma Tornado Victims

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After several tragic weather events, many Oklahomans are in need of assistance. Access these resources to offer donations of money, food, water, or other needed supplies. (gratitude to the Tulsa World and my colleague, Johanna Burton, for disaster relief information)

Monetary donations can be made to...

In Tulsa, make monetary or supply donations to...

  • The Tulsa Food Security Council:  collecting donated goods (gloves, boots, toiletries, shovels, trash bags, dust masks, water, blankets)  in the ok food co-op trailer on Tuesday (May 21) at 5.30 at Centennial Park, 6th and Peoria. 
  • The Salvation Army Tulsa Area Command: collecting toiletries, hydration items and snacks to help people in Moore.
    Items can be dropped off 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.Tuesday (May 21) at the west parking lot of its headquarters at 924 S. Hudson Ave. (Needed items include bottled water, Gatorade, wet wipes, individually wrapped snacks, hand sanitizer, work gloves, sun screen, heavy duty trash bags, personal sanitation items, toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoo, conditioner and deodorant. Clothing donations are not needed.)
  • The Tulsa Community Foundation: collecting donations to rebuild homes and serve the long-term needs of tornado victims.
    The group’s parent organization, the George Kaiser Family Foundation, is donating $100,000 to begin the fund.

For individuals in the affected areas, a disaster declaration has been issued. For information about applying for federal disaster relief phone 1-800-621-FEMA (3362) or access these resources...

Additional assistance for victims and their loved ones...

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