How You Can Help Victims of the Oklahoma City Twister
The American Red Cross has one shelter open in Moore, Oklahoma and is working on creating others. They continue to operate three shelters that were opened Sunday in the Oklahoma City area following Sunday's storms.
For ways to help and to donate, go to RedCross.org, and for people in Oklahoma near the tornado area, you can connect with one another and let loved ones know you're safe at RedCross.org/SafeandWell.
Sprinkles Cupcakes will also be selling Red Cross Red Velvet cupcakes all day on Wednesday, May 22 at all Sprinkles locations, with 100 percent of the proceeds to be donated to the Red Cross Oklahoma chapters helping with tornado relief efforts.
Charles Nelson, Co-Founder of Sprinkles Cupcakes said, “As a native Oklahoman with my parents and brother still living in Oklahoma City, I am especially heartbroken by this devastating tragedy. Over the years, we have supported aid efforts in Haiti, Japan and New York after natural disasters. I am happy that we are able to do the same to support the people of Oklahoma by donating 100% of the proceeds from our Red Cross Red Velvet on Wednesday, May 22 to the American Red Cross.”