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Oklahoma tornado help lists

Where do you start in the midst of chaos and tragedy?

  • Make a contact list for yourself and your family members.  
  • Have several emergency meeting places on the list.    
  • WFAA TV has a great resource for a survivor guide  for pre-tragedy planning.    

In the case of the 2013 Oklahoma tornado's; here is an ongoing list of places offering help

  • The U-Haul Company of Oklahoma City is offering 30 days of free self-storage to all residents who were affected by devastating tornadoes and severe storms that recently swept through many Oklahoma towns. U-Haul centers also have available tarp, tapes and propane tanks. They are also offering the take a box leave a box program The program enables customers to return their reusable boxes and allows others to take them as needed – FREE. For more information contact the main U-Haul center.
U-Haul Company of- Oklahoma City
7525 SE 29th Street
Midwest city, OK 73110
(800) 522-4236

Texas Bloggers Helping Oklahoma

Temporary OK shelter list

Central Oklahoma United Way

ADRN (Austin Disaster Relief Network)  Donations are being received through ADRN's MOORE TORNADO RELIEF FUND on their website. Donations will help provide for the immediate needs of families while providing assistance to aid in their trauma and displacement. 

 church on the Oklahoma Christian Univ. campus

Starting at 9:00 AM this morning, we will have a non-emergent medical station set up at the Capitol Hill Church of Christ at 2801 S. Robinson in OKC. For those who need medications replaced, have minor injuries, or need triage for more major injuries.

TXBloggers help Oklahoma

If you know of other helping groups, leave the information in comments.


  1. That is so awesome of U-Haul to provide their services! I know it will help out a lot of people. Thank you for posting this!

  2. I love how everyone is coming together


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