Looking for a family pet lost in the tornado, or want to help return a lost pet to his family?
Moore Public Schools have cancelled the remainder of the school year.
Students will be allowed to pick up items and meet with teachers at their school Thursday, May 23rd from 10a-noon.
Students from Briarwood Elementary will meet at Wayland Bonds Elementary
Students from Plaza Towers Elementary will meet at East Lake Elementary
Other Moore Public Schools info can be found HERE
We are taking calls about people and their heros from the May 20th storm that hit Moore Oklahoma. There are a lot of stories coming in and people are doing their part to help their fellow man.
-We had a mother call in about the Agapeland Learning center in Moore that was right next to the 7 Eleven that got demolished. A teacher at the learning center actually grabbed a little girls leg and kept her from gettting sucked into the tornado. But now, after the storm has passed, all of the teachers have lost their jobs (destroyed in the tornado), cars, and most lived right close to the learning center. So they've set up a fund at BOK that they posted on their Facebook page where you can donate to help the few that saved so many. Get that link....CLICK HERE
-Another story we had was about Cheri Price, 2nd grade teacher from Townsend Elementary. There is a Facebook page where her picture has turned up. The facebook page is desigend for the people of Moore and the surrounding areas who find pictures of from Monday's tragic storm, they say if you find some pictures you need to upload them to this facebook page so the owners can get their pictures back. Get that link to their Facebook page....CLICK HERE
We want to hear more of your hero stories. You can share them below in our comments section.
Below are donation centers and related information as well as drop-off locations for needed supplies. For more updated lists as more come in you can email email@example.com or follow on our new partner KFOR....HERE
Feed the Children donation center (donations) – Feed The Children is preparing emergency disaster relief supplies to aid victims of the Moore tornadoes and will be accepting donations from the public on Tuesday, May 21, from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. at the McCormick Distribution Center (29 N. McCormick). Items that will be accepted are diapers, canned goods, non-perishable food and snack items, water and sports drinks.
Salvation Army at KFOR-TV studios (supply drop-off) – Items needed: Bottled water, Gatorade, Wipes, Diapers, Baby formula, Hand towels, Individually wrapped snacks, Work gloves. Financial donations can also be made to the Salvation Army. Text “storm” to 80888 to make a $10 donation.
All Edmond High Schools have drop offs. Edmond Memorial: Clothing — Edmond North: Bottled Water — Edmond Santa Fe: Canned Food
Crawford Family Funeral Service in Edmond is taking donations. Please call 340-2333
OU Equipment at 180 West Brooks in Norman – accepting supplies
Memorial Road Church of Christ at 2221 East Memorial Road in Edmond (405-478-0166)
Net Church of Oklahoma City – donations at our location until 12 noon. Location: 2200 N Bryant, Oklahoma City (405-427-5600)
New Direction Ministries – 10109 N. Western Avenue (405-242-4692)
Choctaw Road Baptist Church – collecting water, diapers, toiletries, snack foods, work gloves, gatorade, sunscreen, baby wipes, hand sanitizer, ibuprofen. PLEASE NO CLOTHING. Between 8:15 am and 4:15 pm Tuesday and Wednesday. 14971 East Reno, Choctaw (405-390-9002)
Mustang Brewing Company Headquarters – Open 5/21 at 7:00 a.m. Several thousand square feet of warehouse space opened up. Will get it to those who need it. 520 North Meridian Avenue, Oklahoma City
Lucky Star Casino, Event Tent — a trailer is set up for donations from 7:00am till 3:00pm Tuesday and Wednesday (Event Tent on the West Side of the Casino). A cashier will be available for monetary donations. Necessary items, water, gatorade, non perishable foods, diapers, formula and wipes, hand sanitizer, gloves, trash bags, rakes, shovels, flashlight and batteries, suntan lotion, pre packed snacks. No clothes, bedding or household items at this time, as Red Cross has no storage or distribution center set up for these items at this time. Will be needed in the very near future though. EL Reno, Oklahoma (405-422-6500)
First Baptist Church Nicoma Park - donation and drop-off location
-The Yukon High School StuCo and Leadership will be collecting water bottles, Gatorade, diapers, baby wipes, baby formula, work
gloves, trash bags, individual wrapped snacks, hand sanitizer, hand towels, sunscreen, batteries, flashlights and money for the Oklahoma tornado victims. These will be delivered to the Salvation Army for distribution. Please bring items to the Yukon High School Rotunda by Wednesday 5/23/13 at 3:30pm. Questions? Email Darryl Andrews: firstname.lastname@example.org Please pass this message to interested people
-Chickasha area drop off- Faith Medical Mission 510 W. Chickasha Ave.
Thanks- President John Wilson
-Select Recycling 7005 west Wilshire in OKC O corner of Wilshire & Rockwell drop off on NW side of town for people out that way
Absolute Lawn is taking
donations for delivery in the parking lot of the OKC campus of Life Church.
-I'm offering my business as a drop off location in Edmond.
320 West 33rd Street
Edmond, OK 73013
We are collecting canned food, snacks, water, toiletries, baby
We are also organizing a backpack project. School is almost out,
kids don't need their backpacks. Fill them with needed items and drop off.
are also taking donations and setting up accounts for meals for those affected.
We all know that KD is an awesome player for our OKC Thunder. But most people don't realize is that the biggest thing about him isn't his score at an average game, but it's his heart. We know he donated $1m to the Moore, OK tornado victims. But you should watch the video to hear how much he really loves his HOME, Oklahoma. CLICK HERE