tornado

On Monday afternoon, a massive tornado devastated areas of Oklahoma. The tornado left at least 91 dead, homes destroyed, and the area’s infrastructure in ruins. Both the US government and national and local disaster relief organizations have been quick to respond to the disaster, but they need help. Below are a collection of organizations providing support, relief, and recovery to those in Oklahoma. If you’d like to help, take a look and support one of these organizations.

Txt TWISTER to 20222 to donate $10 to Save the Children to help us respond to tornado in Oklahoma & other US disasters. Std rates apply.

— Save the Children (@SavetheChildren) May 21, 2013

Text ‘RELIEF’ to 27722 to donate $10 to #tornado recovery efforts from your phone. Standard message rates apply.

— Direct Relief(@DirectRelief) May 21, 2013

You can support #Moore response & other disasters by txting REDCROSS to 90999 to give $10, or online at redcross.org — American Red Cross (@RedCross) May 21, 2013

A $10 donation feeds a #disaster survivor for one day. Text “STORM” to 80888 to support survivors via mobile phone. #SalvationArmyUS — Salvation Army USA (@SalvationArmyUS) May 21, 2013

Our May Tornado Relief Fund will serve immediate, intermediate & long-term needs for years to come. To contribute, call us at 405-236-8441. — United Way OKC (@unitedwayokc) May 21, 2013

$10 Donations can also be made by texting tornado to 32333 twitter.com/rfbo/status/33… — Regional Food Bank (@rfbo) May 21, 2013

NEWS RELEASE: Operation USA to Aid Tornado Relief Efforts in Moore, Oklahoma and Surrounding Areas opusa.org/news-release-o…

— OperationUSA (@OperationUSA) May 21, 2013