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How you can help Moore, Oklahoma

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Tips for how to volunteer & donate responsibly (by FEMA)

 

To volunteer in Moore, Oklahoma:

American Red Cross - Visit http://www.redcross.org/support/volunteer or visit your local Red Cross office and complete the volunteer application.

 

To help the people of Moore, Oklahoma:

American Red Cross Disaster Relief - Text "redcross" to 90999 to donate $10.  https://www.redcross.org/

Art Feeds - Taking donations to send art packs to Moore.  CLICK HERE to learn more.

Catholic Charities http://catholiccharitiesok.org/

Convoy of Hope http://www.convoyofhope.org/ 

IgniteChurch.tv at http://www.IgniteChurch.tv

Joplin Allstate agent, Loretta Bailey - truck available to collect donations at 712 South Florida in Joplin

Operation BBQ Relief - http://www.operationbbqrelief.org/

Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma. http://www.regionalfoodbank.org/ or text FOOD to 32333 for $10 donation.

Restore Moore - Restore Joplin raised and gave away $250,000 in the aftermath of the 2011 Joplin tornado.  For a Restore Moore shirt visit http://www.restorejoplin.com/product/restore-moore

Salvation Army Oklahoma Disaster Relief. Call 1-800-SAL-ARMY (1-800-725-2769) or online https://donate.salvationarmyusa.org/ 

Samaritan's Purse http://www.samaritanspurse.org/

Southern Baptist Disaster Relief  http://www.namb.net/

Southwest Missouri Bank:  Visit your local SMB bank and donate to the account named: Red Cross Tornado Relief - Moore, OK.  For more information call 1-800-943-8488.

United Methodist Committee on Relief http://www.umcor.org/


To help the businesses of Moore, Oklahoma

Joplin Chamber Foundation is collecting donations for Moore Chamber of Commerce - http://www.joplincc.com/help_moore_business.html


To help the pets of Moore, Oklahoma:

 Donate to the Central Oklahoma Humane Society online at http://www.okhumane.org/ or call 405.607.8991 8am-6pm.

 

Drop off locations in the Four States:

Joplin

Catholic Charities - Accepting only new items, including shovels, tools, work gloves, cleaning supplies, personal hygiene items, diapers, wipes, canned food items, and plastic storage containers.  Box truck located at Walmart on Range Line Road in Joplin.

IgniteChurch.tv - Taking hygiene products (combs, tooth paste & tooth brush, doeodorant, feminine products, sop, shampoo), first aid, baby items (diapers, etc. - NO CLOTHES), batteries, flash lights, gallon ziploc bags - NO CLOTHING DONATIONS.  Donations accepted at IgniteChurch.tv at 710 S Maiden Lane in Joplin.

Locke Supply Co - Bottled water, clothes, non-perishable food.  Located at 2200 East 7th Street in Joplin.

Saint Paul's United Methodist Church - Donations of hygiene products, first aid kits, diapers, flashlights, batteries, gallon zip-lock baggies, and industrial strength trash bags can be taken to Food-4-Less on 32nd Street in Joplin.

Salvation Army of Joplin - Starting at 10 a.m. taking donations of bottled water.  A semi truck is parked in the Salvation Army parking lot at located at 320 East 8th Street in Joplin.

 

Neodesha

Neodesha Chamber of Commerce - Collecting work gloves, baby diapers, diaper/wet wipes, hand sanitizer, cat & dog food, sun screen, bug spray, baby formula, baby bottles and heavy duty trash bags. Do NOT drop off clothing.  Drop off items at First Federal S&L, First Neodesha Bank or the Neodesha Chamber of Commerce office.

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