After yesterday's tornado in Moore there are plenty of organizations and churches taking donations for victims.
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View Acres Baptist Church
The following items can be donated at View Acres Baptist Church located at 2327 S. 65th West Avenue, Tulsa 74107, 918-446-5343. Until 8:00 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday. These items will go First Baptist Church Moore that is an official shelter for people without homes due to the tornado.
Air mattresses, bedding, tooth brushes, toothpaste, bath towels, clothing, shoes, bottled water and ready-to-eat foods.
(A community prayer meeting will also be hosted Tuesday, May 21 at 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome to participate.)
Oklahoma State University
Join the Oklahoma State University community in stuffing THE BUS full of donations for those effected by this week's deadly tornadoes. OSU Parking and Transit Services will be accepting donations today through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the parking lot located at the corner Hall of Fame and Washington. The following items are needed:
Water, non-perishable food items, diapers, toiletries, snack foods, work gloves, Gatorade, sunscreen, baby wipes, hand sanitizer, ibuprofen, shovels, rakes and buckets. Organizers ask for no clothing at this time.
The Salvation Army is responding to multiple locations in the Plains and Midwest that were impacted by recent devastating tornadoes.
Tornadoes devastated Oklahoma, with many homes completely destroyed and schools damaged as a two-mile wide tornado struck Oklahoma, in the second day of severe storms.
Operation BBQ Relief
Local Competition BBQ Team MooChewSooey will be at Sam's Club, 71st & Mingo in Tulsa, on Saturday morning collecting for Operation BBQ Relief. They will be driving to Moore, OK to deliver all items collected later Saturday morning.
If anyone wants to help, meet them at Sam's Club at 8:45 a.m. on Saturday morning in the east end of the parking lot behind Backyard Burger. The list of items needed is below with estimates of prices at Sam's. Cases of bottled or canned drinks are also needed.
TOP 10 ITEMS NEEDED
1) ALUMINUM PANS (FULL & HALF) - $9
2) ALUMINUM LIDS (FULL AND HALF) - $8
3) LARGE ROLLS OF ALUMINUM FOIL (500 Ft 18" wide) - $20
4) LARGE PACKS OF PAPER TOWELS - $16
5) UTENSIL / NAPKIN PACKS - $18
6) GLOVES FOR FOOD PREP (ALL SIZES) - $6
7) # 10 CANS OF VEGETABLES - $5
8) ROLLS OF PLASTIC TABLE CLOTH - $9
9) CASES OF WATER/GATORADE - $4-10
10) CLAM SHELLS - $9
Project "Tulsa Adventist Academy Disaster Relief: Students helping Students"
Two local churches and a private school are teaming up to help bring relief to those affected by the tornado. Tulsa Adventist Academy has three different drop off locations to bring donations to assist in the Moore Tornado disaster.
1: 900 S New Haven Ave. Tulsa Ok 74112
2: 15303 E 21st St Tulsa, OK 74134-1902
3: 1490 Oklahoma 66 Catoosa, Ok 74015
Items needed: The relief stations have requested that clothing and other supply items be new and food items be unopened and nonperishable.
NEW underwear in packages
NEW sleepwear in packages
Leather gloves (hot commodity)
Baby bottles - new in package
Straw hats for sun protection
Non-perishable food items.
The Catoosa Fire Department
CFD will serve as a drop off point for supplies and donations to the Oklahoma City area.
If you have supplies that can be donated to the OK City area please drop them off at
Catoosa Central Fire Station - 101 N Cherokee - Catoosa OK 74015 -
Sealed items please and no perishables
Bottled Water, Snacks, Small hand, Tools, Small totes, Gloves, Diapers, Can goods, Air bed,Microwave's, Zip lock bags, Baby Wipes, sunscreen, bug Repellent, Sippy cups, Pacifiers, Baby Soap, Formula, Neosporin, Baby Medicines, Car seats, New clothing and Reading glasses
We will be taking items to at least Saturday
Today until 10 p.m.
Wednesday Thursday and Friday - 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Saturday - 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Word of Life
Crossroads church in Moore is in need of cases of bottled water, Ramen noodles, blankets, pillows, diapers and formula. Drop off items to Word of Life Church 1402 N 81st W Ave, Sand Springs, OK today until 7:00 p.m. A team will leave the church in the morning to deliver the items and assist in any way they can. If you have any questions please call
918-245-0262 and ask for Linda.
OSSBA Tornado Relief Fund- They are setting up a drop off site for needed items for the victims of the recent tragedies. If you would like to donate items from the list below they can be dropped off at OSSBA offices located at 2801 N. Lincoln Boulevard in Oklahoma City, 73105. They will also be taking donations of money that will be distributed to the school districts impacted by the storms. Checks can be made out to OSSBA Tornado Relief Fund. All donations will go to the victims of these recent tragedies.
Donations for School Supplies
notebooks and paper (wide and narrow ruled) construction paper
markers copy paper
glue (bottle and glue stick) rulers
pens and pencils art supplies
pencil sharpeners gym supplies
canned goods formula
dog and cat food trash bags
work gloves insect spray
will be collecting items today and tomorrow that we will be sending to Moore, OK to help in the relief process. The following items are needed:
Pre-packaged foods (i.e. peanut butter crackers, cheese crackers, etc)
PLEASE, NO CLOTHING DONATIONS AT THIS TIME.
Deliveries of these items are being accepted today (Tuesday) from now till 7:00 p.m. tonight and again on Wednesday from 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Items should be dropped off at the Worship Center entrance.
Also, volunteers are need to help receive and load the items into the trailers. Please contact the church office if you are available to volunteer.
Reasor's is partnering with the Salvation Army to collect donations to help with disaster relief across central Oklahoma.
Text the word "Storm" to 80888 to donate $10 and Reasor's will match the first $10,000 donated.
Also, starting today, all 17 Reasor's locations throughout northeastern Oklahoma will begin collecting the most needed items, including: brooms, mops, gloves, buckets, hand sanitizer, shovels & rakes.
UTS Church is collecting household items at their campus just off the BA Expressway and 41st. Volunteers will leave for Moore when the trucks are filled.
Keller Williams Realty
Keller Williams Realty at 12150 E 96th St. N. in Owasso is collecting water, gloves, baby wipes, sunscreen, shovels, toiletries and blankets.
Owasso Police are collecting items at Owasso Community Resources located behind City Hall.
Bios Corp and Christ Church
Bios Corp and Christ Church are gathering supplies to take to the Salvation Army in Oklahoma City. They are requesting: Diapers, Formula, Wipes, Bottled Water, Gatorade, Individually wrapped snacks, Work gloves, Hand sanitizer, Sun Screen. You can bring these items to the south entrance of Christ Church and the Bios truck will deliver the supplies to the Salvation Army relief center in Oklahoma City. Bios has committed their truck as long as they have supplies to donate. Bios is located at 309 E. Dewey in Sapulpa.
Triad Eye Medical Clinic
Triad Eye Medical Clinic has partnered with Feed the Children and is collecting emergency relief supplies for the victims of the recent tornadoes. Donations are being collected at our Tulsa Clinic located at 6104 S. Memorial in Tulsa and will be accepted Tuesday till 5 p.m. and Wednesday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Items include: Gatorade, diapers, hand gloves and wipes.
Broken Arrow Police Collecting Supplies
The Broken Arrow Police Chaplains with the Broken Arrow Ministerial Alliance have been requested by disaster representatives in Moore to collect the following items:
• Bottled Water
• Diapers (all sizes)
• Baby Formula
• Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo etc.)
The donations can be dropped off at the following Broken Arrow Police Chaplains Church's:
BA Church of Christ 505 East Kenosha Contact: Scott Keele
Harvest Church BA 1814 South Main Street Contact: Rich Manganaro
First Christian Church 2602 South Elm Place Contact: Glen Daviss
Drinking Beer To Help Moore Tornado Victims
From now until the end of the month, McNellie's is donating 100 percent of the proceeds from every Oklahoma beer sold at their restaurants in Tulsa, Oklahoma City and Norman.
The restaurant will give to the Red Cross to help the Moore tornado victims.
Old Village Cleaners is a collection site for animal supplies. Pet food, hay, etc.will be delivered to Moore.
4637 S. Peoria. (918)749-5285.
6:30am to 6pm Monday through Friday.
Join FedEx in taking action to help out the community of Moore with Tornado Relief donations. The following items can be dropped of at the local FedEx Ground Station located at 12615 East Apache Street North, Tulsa 74116, 918-437-1139. Starting today, Thursday May 23rd thru Friday May 31st 7AM-7PM. These items will be delivered next Friday to our neighbors in Moore:
Large Packs of Paper Towels, Utensil/Napkin Packs, Ziploc bags, Cases of Water/Gatorade, Gloves for food prep, Non perishable food items, sunscreen, work gloves, insect spray, toothbrushes, toothpaste, brooms, shovels, rakes, hand sanitizer, baby wipes, bottled water, baby wipes, large trash bags, large brown boxes, plastic totes and pre-packaged foods (i.e. peanut butter/cheese crackers).