Oklahoma tornado relief at KFOR-TV

Posted on: 11:24 am, May 21, 2013, by , updated on: 05:02am, May 22, 2013

OKLAHOMA CITY – Since Monday night, Oklahomans have been bringing donations by the truckloads here to KFOR-TV to help the tornado victims.

The generosity of Oklahomans after every disaster is outstanding and this situation is no different: Oklahomans doing what we do best; helping each other.

Tuesday morning a little girl, Payton, emptied her piggy bank and donated her savings to  the children who are victims of the tornado.

So far we have received over $50,000 in donations for various charities to then give out to the victims.

The Whitten Barrage law firm brought us a check for $10,000. Donations graphic

We are still accepting donations for tornado relief here at KFOR-TV throughout the day.

444 E. Britton Rd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73114 

We can accept up to one truckload from each person donating.

If you have more than a truckload, please take your donations directly to the old Montgomery Ward at Crossroads Mall.

Relief officials are asking for specific donations, including water bottles; diapers; hand towels; hand sanitizer; and sunscreen. No clothing please.

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  • Oklahomans bring donations by truckload to KFOR-TV for tornado victims.

  • Oklahomans bring donations by truckload to KFOR-TV for tornado victims.

  • Oklahomans bring donations by truckload to KFOR-TV for tornado victims.

  • Oklahomans bring donations by truckload to KFOR-TV for tornado victims.

  • Oklahomans bring donations by truckload to KFOR-TV for tornado victims.

  • Oklahomans bring donations by truckload to KFOR-TV for tornado victims.

  • Oklahomans bring donations by truckload to KFOR-TV for tornado victims.

  • The lobby at KFOR's entrance. And this is a small load.

  • Round and round the cars came. Have not stopped since before dawn.

  • Rain is no obstacle.

  • Cars and trucks lined up way, way beyond our incoming driveway leading to KFOR studios. This has not stopped since early Tuesday before dawn.

  • Volunteers everywhere helping unload from cars and trucks and loading into transport trucks.

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