My dear friends,
Words have no meaning, no value, they cannot even come close to conveying my sadness in the light of the loss of life and property in my home state of Oklahoma this morning.
There are still those that are unaccounted for, many of them being precious children that were trapped in an elementary school in Moore, Oklahoma.
Prayers for the disaster relief workers, and all our friends and family in the affected areas...Prayers for Oklahoma~
Please share the number below, for a text to donate to the American Red Cross---There is also a number and address for the Salvation Army, and those donations will go directly to the Oklahoma City relief efforts.
of the easiest ways is to simply text the word REDCROSS to the number
90999, and $10 will be donated to the agency via your monthly cell phone
bill. According to the Red Cross, that money goes into the fund.
If you can't text, or don't want to, you can also donate via the Red
Cross website, by clicking here. Donations made online can be for an
amount of your choosing, with a minimum of $10.
The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army has also set up a fund specifically for those
affected by the Oklahoma twister. Click here to donate to Oklahoma
Tornado Relief. You can also mail them a check. Send donations— with "Oklahoma tornado relief" written on all checks— to: The Salvation Army Disaster Relief
- P.O. BOX 12600 Oklahoma City, OK 73157 The Salvation Army accepts donations on the phone, as well. Call 1-800-SAL-ARMY (1-800-725-2769). Connecting With Loved Ones in Oklahoma
If you are looking for a person who may have been in the path of the
tornado, the The Red Cross has activated their 'Safe and Well' website.