Non-profits team up to help storm victims over long haul | News
OKLAHOMA CITY – Non-profit organizations in central Oklahoma are teaming up to meet the long-term needs of storm victims.
Groups like the Red Cross, the Salvation Army, the Regional Food Bank, the United Way and others.
They are opening three disaster recovery project centers in different cities for survivors over the long haul.
Two are already open:
Moore: 1700 S. Broadway
El Reno: 401 S. Grand Ave.
The opening date for the third location, 322 N. Broadway in Shawnee, has not been announced yet.
The groups plan to release more details Tuesday afternoon at the United Way in Oklahoma City on N.W. 28th St.
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