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Oklahoma Disaster Relief Agency Lists

Thought it would be wise to be on top of the legitimate relief efforts: I'll start with a relief effort already on the ground and working disaster relief. Please add as you become aware of efforts to donate to.

100% of the donations will go to relief efforts because overhead costs for UMCOR - United Methodist Committee On Relief are paid by the church and they are already on the ground working!

https://www.facebook.com/OKUMC.MSMT


The United Methodist Disaster relief is urging folks to NOT self deploy. They remind us that disaster relief is a collaborative approach employed by trained teams of people who have been properly trained to help in such relief efforts. The best way to help is to donate.


1) Send a check to: Advance GCFA, PO Box 9068, New York, NY 10087-9068. Please write #901670 Disaster Response United States on your check; or,

2) To donate by phone, please call 1-888-252-6174. Mention Project #901670 or,

3) To donate online, go to http://tinyurl.com/9ltuy2h

Thank you!


let's remember to keep those involved in relief efforts in prayer as well.
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Here are some links for animal rescues and lost and found animals.

https://www.facebook.com/OKpets

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Moore...48795011947464

https://www.facebook.com/animalresourcecenter
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Here is a page taken from OK news page which contains a list of relief agencies.Worth taking a look at if you want to find a way to help.


CASH DONATIONS REQUESTED

Even though the Red Cross doesn’t need additional volunteers, the organization still is asking for monetary donations to buy needed supplies. To donate, go to American Red Cross Central and Western Oklahoma Region - Volunteering, Donations, Training, call 228-9500 or text REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation from your mobile device.



The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, in partnership with Oklahoma Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster, is asking that the public support all rescue, recovery and disaster relief efforts with donations of cash to your favorite responding charity.

Financial donations will allow disaster relief agencies to purchase whatever items are deemed necessary without resulting in the additional burden of securing warehouse space and volunteers to work the donated product.

“The Regional Food Bank is coordinating efforts with other disaster relief agencies in our state to provide food and water for those in need,” Rodney Bivens, executive director of the Regional Food Bank. “What we and other disaster relief agencies will need most from the public is financial donations.”

To make a tax deductible donation to the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, go to Fighting Hunger... Feeding Hope | Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma or call 604-7111or text FOOD to 32333 to give $10 to relief efforts.

The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) is working through local United Methodist churches and trained disaster response workers to provide immediate relief, assistance with cleanup and rebuilding, pastoral counseling and support for children and youth who have been through trauma.

To donate or receive more information, go online to UMCOR Home - UMCOR.

With Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief teams already responding to severe weather from Sunday in several locations, including Shawnee, Edmond and Little Axe, Oklahoma Baptists are assisting with recovery efforts from the tornado that hit Moore.

Those interested in helping can make a tax-deductible donation to the BGCO's Disaster Relief ministry, by visiting okdisasterhelp.comÖ or calling 942-3800.Ö All monies go toward disaster relief and helping victims. For photos, information and updates, visit the Oklahoma Baptists' blog at Oklahoma Disaster Relief | BGCO.

The Salvation Army Arkansas-Oklahoma Division has dispatched disaster response teams.

“We are responding and we won't rest until our neighbors are cared for,” said Cindy Fuller, The Salvation Army Arkansas Oklahoma Divisional director of communications.

Donations can be made to: The Salvation Army Disaster Relief, P.O. Box 12600, Oklahoma City, OK73157. Designate Oklahoma Tornado Relief on all checks.

Donate by phone: (800) 725-2769. Donate online: donate.salvationarmyusa.org/uss/eds/aok. Donate by text: Text the word “STORM” to 80888 to make a $10 donation through your mobile phone; to confirm your gift, respond with the word “Yes.”

In an effort to help with the long-term recovery process, Catholic Charities OKC has set up a disaster relief fund. All donations made to this fund will support recovery for victims, such as temporary housing, food, medical bills and more. Catholic Charities OKC will not divert these funds to other purposes or administrative costs. To donate to the Catholic Charities Disaster Recovery Fund, visit Catholic Charities | Welcome or call 523-3000.Ö

The Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) has set up a n Oklahoma City Tornado Relief Fund, dedicated to gathering aid from across the Jewish Federation community for the victims of the devastating tornado that tore through the Oklahoma City area. JFNA has opened the donation mailbox to support relief efforts of the Jewish Federation of Greater Oklahoma City, and is coordinating relief efforts with the Oklahoma City Federation. Donors can contribute to the fund online at https://secure-fedweb.jewishfederati...a-city-tornado or send checks to the JFNA national mailbox at: The Jewish Federations of North America, Wall Street Station, PO Box 148, New York, NY10268.

A domestic disaster relief team from Operation Blessing International, one of the largest humanitarian organizations in America, is en route to Moore with a construction unit, mobile command center, trucks full of tools and supplies and a team of construction foreman.

To donate to the relief effort or for updates, go online to Operation Blessing International.

The international humanitarian relief organization Convoy of Hope has sent a team to Moore with supplies from its WorldDistributionCenter in Springfield, Mo.

To make a contribution, go online to Convoy of Hope | Disaster Response, Hunger Relief & Community Outreach. Donate $10 via cell phone by texting the word CONVOY to 50555.

United Way of Central Oklahoma’s Disaster Relief Fund is open. Donations may be made online at United Way of Central Oklahoma :: United Way Of Central Oklahoma, by phone through (405) 236-8441or by mail to United Way of Central Oklahoma, P.O. Box 837, Oklahoma City, OK 73101 with notation for May Tornado Relief.

Funds will be distributed without administrative fees to United Way Partner Agencies working on the tornado relief efforts. The organization is not accepting clothing or household items. Offers of assistance with equipment, personnel or resources, please include and forward the following information via email to [email protected] Name, city and state, contact number, kind and type of resource/services.

Donations for hot food for survivors and first responders should be directed to the American Red Cross by calling 228-9500.

Contributions to the Tulsa Community Foundation’s Moore & Shawnee Tornado Relief Fund can be made securely online at Tulsa Community Foundation. Donations can also be mailed to TCF offices at 7030 S. Yale, Suite 600, Tulsa, OK, 74136.

The Oklahoma Credit Union Foundation provides disaster relief assistance to credit unions and their employees and volunteers. For more information, go to www.oklahomacreditunions.coop.The Credit Union House, 631 E Hill, is accepting donated items for disaster relief.

The Knights of Columbus Oklahoma State Council has begun organizing relief efforts in and around Moore, making an initial donation of $10,000 in support of the Oklahoma Knights’ response and accepting online donations to assist relief and recovery through Knights of Columbus Charities, Inc., at kofc.org/relief. Donations may also be mailed to: Knights of Columbus Charities, Inc., Oklahoma Fund, P.O. Box 1966, New Haven, CT06509-1966. One hundred percent of all donations collected by Knights of Columbus Charities, Inc. will be sent to those affected by the disaster.

DeVry University is serving as donation drop-off location at 4013 Northwest Expressway, Suite 100 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. May 21 to 23 . All donations will go to the American Red Cross. The site will accept bottled or filtered water containers, Gatorade, non-perishable food, pre-packed snacks, diapers, formula, wipes, hand sanitizers, gloves, trash bags, rakes, shovels, flashlights, batteries, sunscreen. No clothes, bedding or housing items accepted.

First Fidelity Bank is accepting cash or check donations at all of its Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Phoenix branches. All donations will be forwarded to the American Red Cross. For more information, call 605-2003.

Raindrop Helping Hands is accepting donations for the Moore tornado disaster relief. Checks should include “Moore Tornado Relief” in the memo line and can be mailed to the office at 4444 N Classen Blvd. For more information, call the Raindrop Turkish House at 702-0222.

F&M Bank has established a disaster relief fund for survivors of Tuesday’s tornado according to Barry Anderson, F&M Chief Operations Officer.

Donations, cash or check, will be accepted at any of F&M’s eight locations in Oklahoma City, Edmond, Guthrie, Piedmont, Crescent and Kingfisher or checks can be mailed to F&M Bank, 1800 E. Oklahoma AveGuthrie73044. F&M Bank was founded in 1902 as Farmers and Merchants Bank.

Girls Scouts Western Oklahoma is raising money to support Girl Scouts and their families with a Tornado Relief Fund. To donate $10 via your cell phone bill, text the word GIRLS to 20222. Or find more information at Mobile Giving or Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma. Monetary donations can also be made at any of Girl Scout council offices.

AARP Oklahoma and AARP Foundation today announced it has established the AARP Foundation Oklahoma Tornado Relief Fund and AARP Foundation will match contributions dollar-for-dollar up to $250,000.

To donate to the AARP Foundation Oklahoma Tornado Relief Fund go online to Convio: Site Not Found. Or mail a check to AARP Foundation Oklahoma Tornado Relief Fund, PO Box 93157, Long Beach, CA90809-3157.

The Concerned Clergy for Spiritual Renewal, a ministerial group made up primarily of preachers of churches in northeast Oklahoma City, has reactivated its “Oklahoma City Christian Relief Fund” to respond to needs resulting from recent tornados.

The Rev. J.A. Reed, senior pastor of FairviewBaptistChurch, said the fund was set up in the aftermath of the Oklahoma City bombing.

Reed, the president of the Concerned Clergy group, said more than $3,00,000 was distributed to people affected by the bombing through the fund. He said the fund also helped victims of the 1999 and 2003 metro area tornados.

Reed said the fund is set up at Arvest Bank and the Rev. Major Jemison, senior pastor of St. JohnMissionaryBaptistChurch, is the fund chairman.

He said people may send donations to OKC Christian Relief Fund, P.O. Box 17452, Oklahoma City, OK73136. He said checks should be made payable to Oklahoma City Christian Relief Fund.

For more information, call Reed at 642-5295 or call 235-8820.

Those who want to help pay for veterinary care of horses injured or displaced in the Moore tornado may contribute to Equi-Center Veterinary Hospital, Norman, which is caring for about 25 such horses. Dr. Michael J. Wiley is the vet.

Mail checks to the hospital at 6600 W Rock Creek Road, Norman, OK73072-2019, or call 366-9328. EMA in Edmond and Interstate Equine in Washington are also accepting donations.

BancFirst and Moore Ministerial Alliance have partnered to establish a relief fund. BancFirst has contributed $25,000 to the effort. Kevin Clarkson, pastor of First Baptist Church Moore will administer the fund. Oklahomans may go to any BancFirst location across Oklahoma to make contributions. Checks should be made payable to the Moore Ministerial Alliance dba Moore Tornado Relief Fund. For a list of statewide BancFirst locations visit the bank’s website, www.bancfirst.com.

PROVIDING SHELTER

CrossPointe Church is opening up its community center to volunteers from other areas who are coming to help with relief efforts and need a place to stay. If you are sponsoring a group coming to help, call Brandy White at 329-5405 to make arrangements.

Sparkrelief.org is a registered nonprofit that has designed a website for individuals and organizations in Oklahoma to find and offer relief of any kind. The site provides an interactive map with icons indicating various types of assistance including shelters and other services. Individuals can also register to offer help, housing or other services to those in need. (724) 436-1010

SAFE AND WELL

Safeandwell.org is the Red Cross site where you can register yourself as safe, or search for friends and family members.

Call 211 for non-emergency services and information.

LOST AND FOUND

If anyone finds photographs lost from homes in the tornado, save them and spread the word.

For information about preserving photos, go online to Operation Photo Rescue at Operation Photo Rescue.

If you have a found item that you'd like to share, try posting it here:

https://www.facebook.com/MooreTornadoLostAndFound.

OKLAHOMA CITY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

The Oklahoma City Community Foundation has established a Tornado Recovery Fund to provide assistance for intermediate and long-term recovery efforts. Find out more at https://www.occf.org/tornadorecoveryfund.

MEDICAL

Donors to the Oklahoma Blood Institute provide every drop of blood needed by patients in all metro-Oklahoma City hospitals and 140 others across the state.

Early in the week, the state's blood supply was adequate to meet the needs of patients in all hospitals caring for victims of the Moore tornado. But since there is no substitute for blood, the supply constantly needs to be replenished. Anyone 16 years or older and in good health can generally donate blood. Those with O-negative and Rh-negative blood types are most needed.

Locations of donor centers and mobile blood drives can be found at www.obi.org.Ö

Additionally, 10 casinos in the Oklahoma City metro area will host blood drives later this week:

Riverwind Casino: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday

Lucky Star Casino, Concho: 1 to 6 p.m. Thursday

Sugar Creek Casino: 1 to 6 p.m. Thursday

FireLakeBowlingCenter: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday

Grand Casino: 1 to 6 p.m. Friday

Lucky Star Casino, Clinton: 1 to 6 p.m. Friday

RemingtonPark Racetrack & Casino: Noon to 5 p.m. Friday

Kickapoo Casino: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday

Newcastle Casino: Noon to 5 p.m. Saturday

American Cancer Society wants to help cancer patients affected by tornadoes keep up their treatments. The group states that it will help connect patients and services, help get patients to and from appointments, assist with finding lodging for those displaced, and offer information about local relief efforts that can assist with day to day needs. (800) 227-2345, 24/7

The Knights of Columbus Oklahoma State Council has begun organizing relief efforts in and around Moore, making an initial donation of $10,000 in support of the Oklahoma Knights’ response and accepting online donations to assist relief and recovery through Knights of Columbus Charities, Inc., at kofc.org/relief. Donations may also be mailed to: Knights of Columbus Charities, Inc., Oklahoma Fund, P.O. Box 1966, New Haven, CT06509-1966. One hundred percent of all donations collected by Knights of Columbus Charities, Inc. will be sent to those affected by the disaster.

The JD McCarty Center, Durable Medical Equipment and Oklahoma Healthcare Authority are partnering with other medical industry companies to repair and replace damaged or missing medical equipment such as wheelchairs for adults and children with disabilities who were affected by Monday’s tornadoes. Call the center at 307-2800 and ask for DME triage. Also, anyone with a child with special needs who may need temporary assistance with their child should contact the center and ask for a social worker.

Fresenius Medical Care has set up a hotline at (800) 626-1297 for people who are on dialysis but are without power. Patients can call about local treatment options.

RX Open is an initiative of the biopharmaceutical supply chain to make sure medicine continues to flow to citizens in areas impacted by major disasters. The Rx Open tool is now live at Home Page.

The JD McCarty Center, Durable Medical Equipment and Oklahoma Healthcare Authority are partnering with other medical industry companies to repair and replace damaged or missing medical equipment such as wheelchairs for adults and children with disabilities who were affected by Monday’s tornadoes. Call the center at 307-2800 and ask for DME triage. Also, anyone with a child with special needs who may need temporary assistance with their child should contact the center and ask for a social worker.

Variety Care in Oklahoma City is offering to replace people's medication lost in the Monday's tornado.

People should call 632-6688 and representatives will be at some of the shelters.

The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services has established an emergency response center within the tornado disaster zone in Moore, is seeking volunteers and offering training for behavioral health professionals.

If you are a licensed mental health professional, a certified case manager, or a certified recovery support specialist and would like to assist those affected by the Moore tornado call 522-3908 and provide your name, certification or license number, email and a cell phone number and you will be contacted by a representative of the agency’s disaster response team. Credentials will be verified.

The training includes a refresher on psychological first aid, special response protocols, and an overview of the planned mental health response. To be admitted into the disaster zone, volunteers must have received training and hold a valid identification badge. Badges will be issued by the ODMHSAS at the completion of training.

For general information inquiries on volunteer deployment related to mental health services, call 522-3908.

DAYCARE

First Presbyterian Chruch is hosting a free children's day camp at the University of Oklahoma dorms from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. through Friday from ages birth to 12 years for all Moore tornado victims.

To volunteer cor find more information, contact Abbey Walker at 999-0756 or [email protected]Gmail.com, or Molly Rambur at 234-0140 or [email protected]yahoo.com.

FYI, Volunteers are meeting at FPC Norman at 8:00 a.m. to gather materials, get on the same page, and head over to the dorms. Please let me know if anyone is interested in helping out. Thanks! The schedule is attached:

BENEFITS

Yumare Mexican Folkloric Dancers plans a benefit car wash for victims of May 20 tornadoes at 9 a.m. Saturday at Advance Auto Parts Oklahoma City - Store 6549, 2520 SW 29, Oklahoma City. 634-0265

McNellie's Pubs in Norman, Tulsa and Oklahoma City will donate all proceeds from all Oklahoma beer sold until the end of the month.

Allied Arts has partnered with S&B Burger Joints and will donate 10 percent of all sales through Sunday to the Red Cross of Central and Western Oklahoma. For more information, call 278-8944.

Norman Arts Council and Chipotle at 1641 24th Ave. NW in Norman are partnering from 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday to raise funds for tornado relief. The arts council will keep people up to date with more information about benefits and donations needed online at Artists For Moore Tornado Relief « Norman Arts Council.

Two concerts already scheduled for this weekend at Oklahoma City’s Blue Door listening room have been transformed into tornado benefit shows.

“I just could not continue my Blue Door anniversary in light of what happened. This is not when … we need to be celebrating. So we’re turning what was going to be a continuation of our Blue Door anniversary into this,” Blue Door proprietor Greg Johnson said by phone tonight.

In celebration of his venue’s 20th anniversary this month, Johnson has been hosting a series of shows featuring some of the musicians who have been playing the Blue Door since the beginning.

Singer-songwriter Kevin Welch, who graduated from Midwest CityHigh School, was scheduled to play Friday night. Austin, Texas, singer-songwriter Michael Fracasso was to headline Saturday night, with Oklahoma City duo Miss Brown to You sharing the bill.

Now, the lineup for Friday’s benefit show includes Welch, Fracasso, Miss Brown to You and Grammy-nominated Bearden singer-songwriter John Fullbright. Tickets are $40.

Previously purchased tickets to Friday’s show will be honored, too, Johnson said.

Fracasso and Miss Brown to you are still on the lineup for Saturday’s show, and $20 ticket price will remain the same. But it now will be a tornado benefit concert.

Proceeds from both shows, with the exception of minor expenses like gas money for the musicians, will go to helping victims of today’s tornado. Johnson said he is researching the best local route to funnel the funds to tornado victims, particularly those directly affected by the destruction of Briarwood and PlazaTowers elementary schools in Moore.

For tickets and information, go to The Blue Door | The best listening room in Oklahoma. or Event Tickets - TicketStorm.com.

Lyric Theatre will accept donations for tornado relief during its free 50th anniversary concert at 7 p.m. June 1 at the Myriad Botanical Gardens, 301 W Reno. The concert will feature a preview of Lyric’s 2013 summer musicals: “Tarzan,” “The King and I,” “The Will Rogers Follies” and “Big River.” For more information, call 524-9310 or go to Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma.

The Reduxion Theatre, 1613 N Broadway, will donate all proceeds from ticket sales and concession sales to its 8 p.m. ThursdayM23 production of “The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling” to the Red Cross. For more information, call 651-3191 or go to Reduxion Theatre Company.

CONTRIBUTING: Rick Rogers, Brandy McDonnell, Heather Warlick, Lillie-Beth Brinkman, Diana Baldwin

If you have news you’d like to share about helping with tornado relief efforts, send an email to Assistant Features Editor Lillie-Beth Brinkman at [email protected].
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