ABILENE, Texas - In the aftermath of the deadly twister in Oklahoma, we've received dozens of calls as to how people can help out victims of the destructive Moore, Okla., tornado.
Currently, no facility exists to store items like clothing and food, instead they have asked for monetary donations. There are several ways to help.
The Red Cross Organization has set up a relief effort for those wishing to make a donation. In effort to support the red cross response you can visit the Red Cross website... or call 1-800-redcross or text redcross to 9-0-9-9-9 to make a $10 donation.
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