The Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation has announced a grant that will match, dollar for dollar, donations to the American Red Cross following the destructive wildfires that scorched thousands of acres in Creek and Payne Counties.
The program is being facilitated by the Tulsa Community Foundation.
The matching grant will benefit the Red Cross as it continues to assist families left homeless by the wildfires by providing emergency disaster relief resources and services.
Those wishing to donate to the Lobeck Taylor Foundation Oklahoma Wildlife Fund can make a secure donation online at www.TulsaCF.org. Click on the "Give Now" tab and select the Oklahoma Wildfire Fund from the "Fund Name" drop down list.
Donations may also be submitted by check and payable to Tulsa Community Foundation, Oklahoma Wildfire Fund to: Tulsa Community Foundation, 7030 S. Yale Ave., Tulsa, OK 74136.
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