The Federal Emergency Management Agency and State Emergency Management Agency will assess the extent to which two tornadoes ripped through the area.
As recovery efforts continue in Moore, Oklahoma today, the nation’s largest charities are offering several ways for you to help out.
YWCA Executive Director Andrea Laymer is still hopeful they can raise $80,000 from Crowdtilt.com to cover the United Way cut.
A community resources fair was held Sunday for victims of last week’s tornado.
Several agencies will be offering services and counseling from noon to 3 at the Hazelwood Community Center.
The agency found its self in deep financial trouble after the United Way announced this week it will stop funding them.
Nearly 900 people gathered at America’s Center Wednesday to honor outstanding volunteer service.
The United Way says it is working closely with the Red Cross “who are possibly going to open up emergency shelters…”
There are 172,000 “food insecure” children in area – children whose families don’t know how they’ll feed them month-to-month.
Goal is one million dollars more than raised last year