Operation Compassion Expands Tornado Relief

By , May 24, 2013

As the news of the tornado outbreaks in Texas and Oklahoma have gripped the nation for a week now, Operation Compassion is continuing to remain vigilant and expanding their response and recovery work. Having established 5 relief sites and 8 semi-trailer loads of critical aid on route or delivered, they are ramping up efforts to increase aid and ensure work crews and volunteers have what they need to provide for the victims of the this terrible tragedy. 

 

With a total of 34 semi-trailer loads staged and now 26 remaining to ship, Operation Compassion is prepared for a long-term response. Sites in Grandbury, Texas, Shawnee, Oklahoma and Moore, Oklahoma now have been resourced with critical relief supplies, heavy equipment for debris removal, cooking units able to feed up to 8,000 meals a day, disaster relief chaplains, work crews for clean up and with teams of volunteers for distribution and service.

 

Since Tuesday, Operation Compassion partners have offered new product donations including food, water, blankets, shoes, clothing, cleaning supplies, building supplies and items for children. The work continues and the attention of Operation Compassion will remain upon the expansion of this recovery effort. If you would like to join in and be a part of the recovery work, make a donation to Operation Compassion today.

To make a donation to help in this massive relief effort, please follow one of three methods listed below.

David Lorency, President

Online Donations:

 

Mail or call your donations to:

Operation Compassion
114 Stuart Road, NE Suite 370
Cleveland, TN 37312
423.728.3932 Office
423.728.3958 Fax
www.operationcompassion.org

 

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