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Where/How to donate for Oklahoma

We will keep this list growing as news of local businesses who are offering drop off sites comes in.  For now, please start with the Salvation Army:

You can help by donating online ( or you can text STORM to 80888 to contribute $10. You can also call 1-800-SAL-ARMY.

As charities go, the Salvation Army does the most with your dollar spent.


As you have likely already heard, the tornado that ripped through Oklahoma yesterday caused complete devastation. Food allergic victims suffer the most during these times, as they are cut off from their safe-food supply.

Food Allergy Support Groups and Support Group Leaders have begun rising to these sudden food crises within our food allergic community. You can help by sending shelf-stable Allergy Safe Foods and/or Gluten Free Foods (Please mark them as such on the outside of the box) to:

Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, 3355 S. Purdue, Oklahoma City, OK 73139

All of the major manufacturers of Allergy Safe Foods have been contacted (such as Sunbutter, WowButter, etc)


Check out this post from

In Houston:

  • The Woodlands Christian Church 1202 North Millbend Dr. The Woodlands 77380. Week days from 9 am to 4pm and on Saturday and this Sunday.

::This is what they need::

  • Toothpaste
  • Toothbrushes
  • Soap laundry detergent
  • New towels and wash clothes
  • Toiletries – Shampoo, conditioner, razors etc.
  • Baby items – Diapers, wipes, etc.
  • CLEAN NICE Clothing – * they can not wash anything. Like NEW condition. 
  • New pillows
  • Sheets and blankets

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