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Relief Effort For Moore, Oklahoma



WAYS YOU CAN HELP THE PEOPLE OF MOORE, OKLAHOMA:

RED CROSS:
Text Red Cross to 90999 to send a $10 donation.
 
SALVATION ARMY
Donate by phone: 800-725-2769
Or send a check to: The Salvation Army Disaster Relief, P.O. Box 12600, Oklahoma City, OK 73157. Designate Oklahoma Tornado Relief on all checks.

FEED THE CHILDREN
Donate by phone: 800-627-4556



Todd County Funeral Home and Cook-Webb Funeral Home, along with the Westside Church of Christ, are accepting donations of non-perishable items to be sent to the tornado victims in Oklahoma.

They are accepting diapers, paper towels, clothes, cleaning supplies, canned foods, etc. The items can be dropped off at the Todd County Funeral Home, or a check can be written to the Westside Church of Christ. Financical donations will then be sent on to Oklahoma for financial needs in the relief effort.



New Work Fellowship, at 5050 Canton Pike, in Hopkinsville, is collecting bottled water to send to the Moore, Oklahoma area. You can drop off water, when the church is open, in the foyer, or if the church is closed, leave the water in front of the church at the drop off area. There will be a convoy leaving the church Sunday afternoon at 2pm to take the water to Moore.



After watching the devastation from the tornado in Moore, Parker and Chloe Smith, 3rd and 5th grade students in Trigg County decided they wanted to help, by starting a fundraiser. The girls have set up a way for people to help donate to the American Red Cross in the name of the victims at Plaza Towers Elementary School.

They donated the first $50 to the fundraiser and are now asking you to help. You can donate to this effort at 

http://www.crowdrise.com/plazatowerselementary/fundraiser/robertsmith6

 
 

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Locations : HopkinsvilleMooreOklahomaOklahoma CityTrigg County
People : Chloe SmithParker Smith
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