Helping Tornado Victims in Oklahoma

In the wake of the massive tornado that ripped through an Oklahoma City suburb, members of the Oklahoma Association for Justice have set up a website www.OKLawyersCare.org through which they will offer help to those who have been affected by the tornado.

The site will connect people with a lawyer who can answer whatever legal question they may have, ranging from, “My home is gone, do I still have to make payments?” to, “How do I apply for assistance?”

Making Donations

AAJ member and Oklahoma resident Noble McIntyre reports that he has contacted the local Red Cross and it will use his office as a drop-off point for donations. In addition, those who are able to make financial contributions to the recovery effort can make checks out to the American Red Cross*, and you can specify that the money go toward the Central and Western Oklahoma Region.

Checks can be mailed to:

McIntyre Law, P.C.

8601 South Western Ave.

Oklahoma City, OK 73139

You can also donate online by following this link to the Central and Western Oklahoma Region site.

 

*The American National Red Cross is registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions to the Red Cross are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. The Red Cross’ tax I.D. number is 53-0196605.

Posted on May 21, 2013 at 2:28 pm in Disaster Relief, General by kloiacono - RSS 2.0

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