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Oklahoma Torando Victims

Well it has been one wild ride here in Oklahoma and I have been without internet so I am just now getting this up but I know many of you have reached out on how to help Oklahoma Tornado Victims. Many people have lost everything they have. I know myself what it is like to lose everything due to the Oklahoma floods and it was amazing the way our community and online friends reached out to us. Check out all the ways you can help out below. We are updating this post on a regular basis. If you have anything to add to our list please let me know! Also read our post on how to prepare your family for Tornados and other disasters.

Brands if you would like to donate to the Tornado Victim's please let us know so we can add you to our list. We can also help with assistance on getting your donations where they need to go.


Use your coupons and our matchups to get free items to donate

Use those dog food coupons to help all those homeless animals or for families who have pets that have lost everything.

Drop off baby items

Donate Box Tops – Like them on Facebook and click on the “Summer Countdown Tab” Enter this zip code: 73160 (You will be helping  help support Plaza Towers Elementary School). One you select this school they will donate 5 box tops.


Local Business' or Brands Offering Help:

Homeland – ALL Homeland Grocery Stores will be collecting and distributing donations for the tornado victims! If your store hasn't set up bins yet at the front of the store you can take your donations to customer service.

The Sno Shack – 178th and May in the Okie Express Parking Lot, Edmond, Oklahoma 73012
Donating ALL of Wednesday's profits to the Red Cross for the tornado victims – stop by for a snow and show your support!

Bueno® Taco Bueno –
In difficult times like these, we at Taco Bueno stand ready to support the communities of Moore and Shawnee, Oklahoma. Taco Bueno will be donating a portion of all sales in our Oklahoma locations on Wednesday, May 22 to the Oklahoma City Red Cross to aid in relief efforts.

Due to the severe weather on Monday, May 20 our Moore location at 1109 N. Sante Fe is closed. We will reopen as soon as possible.

Supercuts –

At Supercuts at the Midwest City location–

Good morning everyone,
We do hope that everyone in your family, your friends and co-workers are safe from the storm yesterday. We are keeping everyone in our thoughts.
We will be open for business as usual. We will be scheduling appointments on the following days and times for free haircuts:
Wed. May 22- 1:30 to 3:45
Thurs. May 23- 9:15 to 12:00/1:30 to 3:45
Fri. May 24- 9:00 to 11:15/11:45 to 2:45

Should you know of any family members, friends or co-workers who would be interested in this service, send them this email. We would love to
help everyone out in this time of need.
Thank you for your business and have a wonderful day.

*Supercuts Artistic Director*
Address: 140 S. Midwest Boulevard, Suite C
Midwest City, OK 73110
Phone: 405-736-1251

Dr Guthrie will be doing free eye exams for anyone who has lost their glasses/contacts or had an injury to the eye during the tornados.
(Thanks Cynthia Cambell)
13421 N. Pennsylvania
OKC, OK. 73120

Eyemart Express will be making a donation of eyeglasses to victims. (Thanks Cynthia Cambell)

Banfield – Offers Free Physical Exams for Pets Impacted By Oklahoma Tornados (Thanks Dayna)

Pampers – Pampers Facebook page
Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone impacted by the tornado in Oklahoma. P&G relief kits, which include Pampers diapers, are on their way. If you would like to help, you can donate your Gifts to Grow points to help with relief efforts. (Thanks Dayna)

Advance Pierre Foods – (Fast Fixin‘) Donated $10,000 to the Red Cross as well as 30 cases of non perishable food items.

U-Haul Free 30 Day U -Haul storage for Tornado Victims!

Families needing more information about the 30-days-free self-storage assistance program should contact the following U-Haul regional office.

U-Haul Company of Oklahoma City (thanks Dayna)
7525 SE 29th Street
Midwest city, OK 73110
(800) 522-4236

Drop Off Sites:

Infant Crisis Services –

Thousands of babies and toddlers in our community have been affected by the May 20 tornado. As a result, they are homeless, hungry and in need of the necessities of life. With your support, we can give them exactly what they need when they need it most.

If you would like to help the tiniest victims of the devastating tornado in Moore, there are several ways you can give.

Donations can be mailed to Infant Crisis Services at 4224 N. Lincoln Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73105.

Or donate items from our disaster relief wish list to our headquarters at 4224 N. Lincoln Blvd. in Oklahoma City.

Disaster Relief Wish List:

  • Good Start Gentle formula
  • Good Start Soy formula
  • Diapers (sizes 1-6)
  • Wipes
  • Sippy Cups
  • Bottles
  • Baby Wash
  • Blankets

All in-kind donations received in the coming weeks will be used to give direct and immediate support to babies and toddlers affected by the May 20 tornado.

Regional Food Bank – Make a donation online at or text FOOD to 32333 each text is charged $10 to your phone bill.

Feed the Children – 333 N Meridian (Corner of Reno and Meridian)

The Salvation Army – Donate online or text STORM to 80888 to contribute $10. You can also call 1-800-SAL-ARMY.

Channel 9 News – 7401 N Kelly  phone: 843-6641

Red Cross – Text REDCROSS 90999

KOCO 5 – 1228 E Wilshire  phone: 478-3434

Disaster Relief Oklahoma – Check out their website.

KFOR – 444 E Britton phone: 424-4444 <—— Now only taking monetary donations!!!!!!!

All Edmond School's are taking donations. I know Santa Fe Highschool is loading a bus tomorrow.

Firelake Grand Casino – Taking donations for those in Shawnee! 405-964-7777


Ideas for Donations:

  • Pet food
  • Bottled water
  • Gatorade
  • Diapers
  • Wipes
  • Formula
  • Batteries
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Trash Bags
  • Non perishable food
  • Gas cards
  • Money
  • Plastic baggies
  • Blankets & sleeping bags
  • Sunscreen
  • Paper plates, cups & silverware

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  1. You might see if the Moore schools are part of the Campbells Labels for Education program, t would be another way for those who can donate, but don’t have the funds

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