How to help Moore Oklahoma Tornado Survivors
Herman Pool / Vertical Axion
Many of our clients and friends have been talking about how to help the victims of the Tornado in Moore, Oklahoma. Here are some resources I have found on the Internet to assist those that wish to help.
Architecture For Humanity
Architecture for Humanity is in Moore and will assist in rebuilding.
DonorsChoose For Teachers
DonorsChoose.org has a fund setup to help classrooms in Moore get back to normal. Donations through this link are sent directly to educators. They use this money to restock classrooms. http://help.donorschoose.org/app/answers/detail/a_id/428
Operation USA works with Oklahoma’s community clinics and hospitals to replace lost equipment and supplies. They also make grants to the public to help replace lost health resources. Medical facilities and missing medications need replacement. Find out more: http://www.opusa.org/
Save The Children
Save the Children deploys Child Friendly Space kits at shelters to make a safe and fun atmosphere for displaced kids. They also plan to deploy infant and toddler hygiene materials.
Donate $10 via text: Text TWISTER to 20222
Now or Never Horse Helper
Now or Never Horse Helper needs volunteers who can foster surviving horses. Call 405-799-3276 or message the NNHH on their Facebook page.
The Animal Resource Center
The Animal Resource Center is helping displaced pets. They accepting donations through A New Leash on Life. http://newleashinc.org/ways-to-help/donate-to-new-leash-on-life/
The Oklahoma City Red Cross opened shelters while first responders are assessing the damage. They say the best way to help is donating to RedCross.org or text REDCROSS to 90999.
The Salvation Army has a several emergency relief services setup in and near Moore, to dispense food, water and emotional support to first responders and survivors. Text STORM to 80888 to contribute $10 to the Salvation Army’s relief efforts, make a donation via phone at 1-800-SAL-ARMY, or visit https://donate.salvationarmyusa.org/uss/eds/aok
Samaritan’s Purse sent staff to help people affected by the tornadoes. Go here to support the organization’s efforts http://www.samaritanspurse.org/our-ministry/donate-online/