BlogHers & Oklahoma Tornadoes: How to Help
We have many BlogHer network members in the state of Oklahoma. Some of them have tweeted that they are safe, and we would love to hear you check in if you are in the area.
The storm missed us...please hold Moore, Oklahoma in your prayers. It looks bad— Ree Drummond(@thepioneerwoman) May 20, 2013
They are transporting injured in backs of pickup trucks. Giving CPR & holding up saline bags. 19th & Santa Fe. #okwx— Paula (@oldergirlbeauty) May 20, 2013
How to Help
BlogHer Publishing Network member Kara Kae is buying diapers to take to survivors. She is local to the storm.
If you would still like to help, email any size paypal donation to karakae(at)karakaejames(dot)com. I will purchase & deliver diapers today!— kara-kae james (@momdiggity) May 21, 2013
Donate to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund. To have a $10 donation added to your phone bill, text REDCROSS to 90999.
Look for missing friends or relatives here. If you're in the area, register so people can find you.
Donate to the Salvation Army. To have a $10 donation added to your phone bill, text STORM to 80888.
Donate to the Oklahoma United Way Disaster Relief Fund.
Help send food to Oklahoma by donating to Feeding America.
Set money aside for rebuilding efforts via Global Giving.
Many other BlogHers are posting to let us know they are safe. Here are just a few:
News and Politics Editor Grace Hwang Lynch blogs about raising an Asian mixed-race family at HapaMama.