How to send help to Oklahoma tornado victimsGordon Mesedahl, director of development for the Duluth chapter of the Salvation Army, passed along information on how to help tornado victims in Oklahoma.
By: News Tribune staff, Duluth News Tribune
Gordon Mesedahl, director of development for the Duluth chapter of the Salvation Army, passed along information on how to help tornado victims in Oklahoma.
The Salvation Army was on the ground in Moore less than 24 hours after the tornado passed through, providing food, water and emotional care to survivors and relief workers.
The Salvation Army Northern Division, which serves Minnesota and North Dakota and helped in the aftermath of last June’s Northland flooding, is prepared to offer staff and resources if called upon.
Donations are needed to buy supplies as staff and volunteers prepare for widespread service. The Army reminds those who want to send money that all of the money will go toward Oklahoma relief.
To donate, visit SalvationArmyNorth.org, call (800) 725-2769, or text “STORM” to 80888 to make a $10 donation using a mobile phone.
Checks can be mailed to The Salvation Army, 2445 Prior Ave. N., Roseville, MN 55113.