An enormous tornado roared through the Oklahoma City suburbs and killed at least 24 people Monday. Hundreds have been injured and more have been left homeless, carrying their belongings in garbage bags and trying to salvage anything they could from what is left from their homes. The twister pulverized entire city blocks and left behind miles of mangled cars and splintered wood.
CLICK HERE to make new product donations of blankets, undergarments, apparel, shoes, home goods and hygiene items or call our office at 646-786-2683.
"The whole city looks like a debris field," said Mayor Glenn Lewis of the city of Moore. "This is the worst tornado damage we have ever witnessed."
Fashion Delivers and Kids in Distressed Situations (K.I.D.S.) are doing what we do best: mobilizing the manufacturing and retail communities to reach out and help those in need through the donation of new products.
As always, Fashion Delivers and K.I.D.S. are there to help. We are continuing to assess needs on the ground in Moore, Oklahoma. We are reaching out to our corporate partners. We are in dire need of the basics: new clothing including t-shirts, jeans, underwear, socks and rubber soled shoes, blankets, sheets and towels and furnishings for families.
We are preparing to immediately ship these items to our community partners in the hardest hit areas.
Our East Coast and West Coast warehouses are now open to receive and stage product donations. We invite our corporate merchandise partners who would like to make donations of new product to CLICK HERE or contact Carla Fattal at 646-786-2683.
If you would like to donate money to help Fashion Delivers mission, you can click here.
Thank you for helping us bring hope to families in Oklahoma.