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Where To Take Your Donations For Wildfire Evacuees

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List of sites accepting donations (will update as needed):

WaterStone Cleaners in Owasso
At the corner of Garnett and 96th St West
Open Sunday from 1pm-3pm
Taking donations of diapers, baby wipes, snack foods, fruit, sheets/blankets, shoes, clothing, toiletries, etc. 

Salvation Army
924 S. Hudson, Tulsa
Accepting water and hydrating beverages from 9am-3pm

 The Salvation Army asks those who want to help to visit disaster.salvationarmyusa.org or call 1-800-SAL-ARMY and designate Oklahoma wildfires.  Monetary donations will ensure The Salvation Army can meet the most immediate needs of those impacted by disaster.  Donations can also be mailed to:  The Salvation Army, PO Box 12600, Oklahoma City, OK  73157.


Sand Springs United Methodist Church
4th and Main:  

Bring donations of toiletries, water, paper goods, pre-packaged food and snacks, and baby items.  Anyone who is displaced due to the fires is welcome to come by there and get anything they need for free.

 

Dennis R. Neill Center For Equality
621 E. 4th St., Tulsa
Accepting donations of ice and dog food

 

Red Cross is accepting financial donations only.
You can donate at www.okredcross.org
Mail a check to:
American Red Cross
Dept. 995
Tulsa, OK 74182
Or by texting REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation

 

Sloppy Dog Wash (Tulsa & Broken Arrow locations)
http://www.sloppydogwash.com/
Collecting donations to help affected animals of these wildfires. We are asking for donations of pet food, crates, bed, toys and all other pet supplies. All items dropped off at Sloppy Dog Wash will be given to Tulsa area shelters who are housing animals affected by the wildfires.


Kellyville Little League Cheer has organized a water/Gatorade drive for the firefighters. 
They will be taking donations at Kellyville City Hall Sunday from 12p-3p. Address is 410 E. Buffalo St. They're also collecting snacks for the firefighters - like beef jerky, apples.. things they can take out in the field with them. 

 


Accurate Auto Body & Glass will be accepting donations for the wildfire victims of
Oklahoma beginning Monday, August 6, 2012 at both auto body locations:
5550 S Garnett - Tulsa
and
220 E 2nd St - Sand Springs
Donations will be accepted from 7:30am-5pm, after 5 by appointment.
Items most needed: clothing, dry food, canned goods, bottled water, diapers, baby
wipes, personal hygiene products, toys, school supplies, etc.

 

 

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