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Breaking News: Moore Donation Information

Many organizations in the area are making it easy for you to donate to Moore.
JOPLIN, MO.--- Many organizations in the area are making it easy for you to donate to Moore, Oklahoma.

To make a $10 donation through the Salvation Army, text "Storm" to 8-0-8-8-8 or donate at their website by clicking here.

To make a $10 donation through Samaritan's Purse, text "SP" also to 8-0-8-8-8 or donate at their website by clicking here.

Watered Gardens officials have also set up a system to donate specifically to the churches lost in the Moore tornado. Text "I-Rescue-One" to make a $5 donation or text "I-Rescue-Two" to 5-0-1-5-0-1 to make a $10 donation. You can also donate at their website by clicking here.

Catholic charities is taking donations of brand new tools, plastic storage containers and personal hygiene items at a truck at the Wal-Mart on Range Line. They will also take financial donations via phone at 1-800-919-9338. You can also donate at their website by clicking here.

Joplin Habitat for Humanity is working on setting up a text message system. Until then, they are asking for donations of bottled water through Friday to send to Moore or you can donate at their website by clicking here.

Ignite Church in Joplin is also helping Moore by collecting items to send to the tornado victims. They are collecting hygiene products, along with baby items and first aid materials. The church also sent members to Moore to help in the clean up effort.

If you would like to drop off items, Ignite is located at 710 south Maiden Lane. For more information you can call 417-221-6397 or you can donate on their webpage by clicking here. 

You can also donate to the American Red Cross at your local Casey's General Store. All customers have to do is walk up to the register saying they want to donate. There are several Casey's General Stores located in the four states where you can go to donate. You can also visit the American Red Cross website to donate by clicking here. 
  
College Heights members in Joplin are asking for people to drop off plastic tubs and tarps at a tent behind the church. Those items can be donated any time before tomorrow morning. 2 volunteers will be taking the tubs and tarps to Moore tomorrow.

Church leaders say they've been saving items left over from the Joplin tornado to be used for future disasters. College Heights church leaders are organizing a crew of workers to travel to Moore soon. They're also collecting money and gift cards for the tornado victims at the church office. 



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