Updates for The City of Moore Recovers

Recovery Resources - Updated

posted 8 months ago by chris
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Update: There are two mistakes on the Recovery Resource List below.

  1. St. John's Lutheran Church, 1032 NW 12th Street, Moore, OK was left off the list, but they are providing spiritual support, rebuilding efforts, and limited financial support.

  2. The point of contact for OK Goodwill is now…

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posted 9 months ago by Multi-AgencyWarehouse
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In collaboration with Oklahoma Emergency Management, moore.recovers.org will be transitioning services to assist in the Long-Term Recovery Effort. We're not shutting down the website, but new Donations, Needs, and Volunteer registrations will be directed off-site. Existing Donations, Needs, and Volunteers will not be affected and will continue to be managed…

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Points of Distribution Map

posted 10 months ago by chris
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Americorps has provided an updated map for the points of distribution.

  • Go to http://bit.ly/13VA7Bo.
  • Click on the middle "list" button up at the top of the left-hand form. It should be a button that shows "See contents of map" when you roll over it.
  • That will bring up a…
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Volunteer and Donation Center Listings

posted 10 months ago by caitria
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Please check out constantly updated volunteer and donation center listings in the Moore.Recovers resource index.


Feed The Children Providing Assistance For Tornado Victims in Moore

posted 11 months ago by FeedTheChildren
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Feed The Children, headquartered in Oklahoma City, is continuing to accept donations at three locations in the metro area

Feed The Children Distribution Center, 29 N McCormick in Oklahoma City (just north of Reno between Ann Arbor and MacArthur)

First Baptist Church, 12th and North Robinson, OKC

Cornerstone Church, 9900…

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Needed: stackable containers for families

posted 11 months ago by morgan
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The Moore Tornado Recovery Task-Force through Norman Emergency Management is requesting bulk and individual donations of sturdy totes. These totes will assist families in the Little Axe community and surrounding areas. Asking for waterproof, stack-able containers for families to store belongings.

Please bring to Harvest Church of Norman at 6450…

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Donations Needed at Destiny Christian Center

posted 11 months ago by chris
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  • Trash bags
  • Gloves
  • FEMA tarps
  • Dust pans
  • Brooms
  • Rakes
  • Boxes
  • Flashlights
  • Batteries
  • Ziploc baggies
  • Towels
  • Hats(ball, caps, etc.)
  • Deodorant
  • Hair bands
  • Hairbrushes

These items can be dropped off at Destiny Christian Center. (3801 SE 29th Street Del City, OK 73115)

From: http://servemoore.com

Newcastle Volunteer and Donations Needed

posted 11 months ago by chris
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Location: 851 N. Carr Drive - Storm Shelter across from Police Dept

Volunteers Needed.

Supplies needed: Cleaning Supplies, Leather gloves, Rakes, Large Plastic Trash Cans, sledge hammers, hats, sunscreen, bug spray, zip top bags, safety glasses, manual can openers, plastic totes

Facebook Updates: CERT Emergency Response Team Newcastle

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Are you coming in from out-of-town?

posted 11 months ago by chris
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For the weekend's out-of-state volunteers, you need to call this number:


Which is the official volunteer hotline as provided by the city. You will speak to an individual who will dispatch you to where you should go to help out with the local volunteer/recovery effort.

Got Donations? Items from…

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Attention Those Who Have Lost or Found Animals and Livestock in the Affected Areas

posted 11 months ago by CityofMoore
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For found animals, Home Depot at 650 SW 19th St is serving as the central hub for turning in animals. Please deliver rescued animals to the east entrance of Home Depot from 8am-10pm.The animals taken to this location will be relocated to a shelter where their description will be…

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Toy collection at Moore New Life Methodist

posted 11 months ago by caitria
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We are collecting toys at New Life United Methodist Church, 27th and Santa Fe in Moore to distribute to all the children affected by the tornado. You can drop off your donation from 12:30 - 2:30pm on Sundays and from 3pm-7pm on Tues. and Thursday

Bulk Item Donations

posted 11 months ago by CityofMoore
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Bulk item donations are being accepted from 8:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m., 7 days a week by the Moore Tornado Recovery Task Force.

Bulk and corporate donations arriving in semi-trailers need to stage at the Lloyd Noble Center located at 2900 S Jenkins Avenue in Norman. Trucks will exit off of I-35…

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We want to adopt a nursing home!

posted 11 months ago by CrisisResponseInternational
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We want to adopt a nursing home that was affected in or near Moore, OK. We want to send medical supplies and comfort supplies to them. Was one facility or more affected? We may also be sending clinical and medical personnel.

My name is Rev. Vonnie Coleman. I am a…

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ServeMoore - Volunteers Needed

posted 11 months ago by chris
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Headquarters at 200 S. Howard Ave. in Moore Lots of volunteers needed.

Time: All Day

Groups of 25 or more: call 866-484-3500

Groups less than 25: meet us at ServeMoore HQ at 200 S. Howard Ave.

If possible, bring heavy duty wire cutters, gloves, trash bags, sturdy metal

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Find a computer? Need a computer fixed?

posted 11 months ago by caitria
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The Computer Rescue Team can help people recover digital data, such as family photos and other personal files, from devices damaged in the recent tornados that struck Oklahoma. Devices include items such as desktop, laptop and tablet computers, cell phones, digital cameras, etc.

It is important for cleanup and rescue…

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