Horseback riders trot through steelman estates delivering cash to tornado victims
Bethel acres, Okla.- Volunteers delivered $50 bills to 40 homes in the Stillman Estates neighborhood in Bethel Acres.
An area heavily hit by the May tornado, Steelman Estates has seen an outpouring of support by volunteers across the nation.
The money has been donated for the tornado victims from people all across the nation and it is delivered by a church group on horseback.
Members of the New Hope Cowboy Ministry spent the day going door to door handing out monetary gifts to victims of the May Tornado.
Some of the members of the church say they can understand the difficulties that come with dealing with the upcoming holidays as they were affected by the tornado themselves.
Terry Carnes, a Member of the church also affected by the tornado says:
“its not a lot but its better than nothing and we hope that it will bless them one way or another and we wanna show em that we still care and were thinking about them.”
The church is still receiving donations, if you are looking to help you can contact them at (405) 964-2630.
- One arrested while federal agents surround a N.W. OKC home
- Alleged murder for hire plot leads to two more hazmat scares in metro
- Businessman buys out part of Oklahoma City Thunder
- Toddler argues with mother over cupcakes; 'Listen, listen, listen, Linda!'
- 'I just lost it;' Officials said man killed wife of 56 years because she was 'nagging' him