The Gloucester County DREAM Park says it will be accepting items such as diapers, baby food, cleaning supplies, horse blankets, vet wrap, horse feed, dog food, and cat food.
The ASPCA is lending its support to their partner shelter in Oklahoma, the Central Oklahoma Humane Society, as the facility there experiences an influx of animals affected by the tornado.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, whose own state was beset by a major storm last year and then by squabbling in Congress over disaster aid, said Wednesday that Oklahoma’s tornado victims deserve “swift and immediate” help, and federal lawmakers have said they are likely to get it.
CBS Local Media Stations Join Forces With American Red Cross For ‘Operation’ Brotherly Love: Helping Moore’ Phone Bank To Solicit Donations For Oklahoma Disaster Victims
The CBS Local Media stations in Philadelphia – CBS 3, The CW Philly, KYW Newsradio 1060, 98.1 WOGL, SportsRadio 94WIP, SportsRadio 610WIP, Talk Radio 1210 WPHT and CBSPhilly.com – are teaming up once again under the “Operation Brotherly Love” banner to use their combined voices for a good cause – to raise funds for the American Red Cross relief effort in the wake of the horrific and deadly tornado in Moore, Oklahoma.
Psychologist Dr. Sue Cornbluth, a Temple University professor, say the unexpected tragedy in central Oklahoma is difficult to comprehend, even for adults.
Patrick Burns, president and CEO of the Fresh Grocer supermarkets, handed the mock check to Renee Cardwell Hughes, the Red Cross chapter CEO, during a brief ceremony inside the Fresh Grocer store in the 5600 block of Chestnut Street, in West Philadelphia.
The destruction in Moore mirrors the damage in Ortley Beach after Sandy.
Gov. Christie Orders Flags In New Jersey To Be Flown Half-Staff In Mourning of Oklahoma Tornado Victims
Governor Chris Christie ordered all State buildings to fly flags at half-staff on Wednesday in mourning of the tornado victims and devastation brought upon the State of Oklahoma.
Oklahoma City Thunder star player Kevin Durant donates $1 million to the Red Cross.
The storm was on the ground for about 20 miles on Monday, and at least 24 people have been killed, including seven children.
The first volunteer from the American Red Cross’s Southeastern Pennsylvania chapter left for the devastated area around Oklahoma City.
Workers will continue to sift through the debris overnight, searching for survivors.