Moore Branch Open

Last Wednesday, we opened a branch in Moore and served 24 families in just one day. The high turnout shows just how great the need still is, 45 days after the tornado devastated the town.
The opening of the branch comes as many of the resource centers in Moore and the surrounding areas are closing down.

The two dozen families who received assistance Wednesday at the Moore branch were given diapers, formula, baby and toddler food, clothing, blankets, and other baby items. We wanted to share some pictures of the branch, which is located inside Platt College on Eastern and Main.

As one of the first organizations to open a branch in Moore indefinitely, we are committed to be there for those families throughout the long-term recovery efforts, as they rebuild their homes and their communities.



1 comment (Add your own)

1. Adeola wrote:
I have just completed Rena's Promise. I am so isnpired by the strength of Rena and Danka. I care for a adult daughter with epilepsy, a Grandson with Autism and my husband is recovering from Cancer and is on dialysis three times as week and the strength of the Survivors from Auschwitz have become my heroes! There stories must never, ever be forgotten. I hope the world never forgets! I hope stories like Rena's will be taught in schools and have our children say Never, ever again! Thank you so much for sharing her story. I can't even fathom what all WWII Jews went through and my heart goes out to them and their families!Sincerely,Shawn Jones

Wed, January 22, 2014 @ 9:09 AM

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