Ever since I became aware of the devastation in the Oklahoma City area, I've been working feverishly to find out how we can assist in their recovery.  I recently received an email from The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma's Administrative Director Terri Scott.


"It was a horrible storm, even worse than seen on television news reports.  We’re busy assessing the situation and providing disaster relief (water, food, tarps, cots for shelters, etc.) along with other voluntary organizations active in disaster.  If you’d like to donate to help – you’re welcome to visit our website, where we’ve designated a special page through which all funds will be allocated for disaster relief.  I’ve included a link below.

Thank you for your thoughts and prayers, especially for those who’ve lost loved ones…"


With everyone that I've contacted, I've expressed that the Tuscaloosa community understands what they're going through and that people from across the country very vital for us in the days following April 27, 2011.

So, for those that may not have material items to give, here's another way you can donate to the cause and help those that are now where we were.