Posted: 12:05 a.m. Thursday, May 23, 2013
By Andy Sedlak
— For information on the Churches of Christ Disaster Response Team, go online to www.churchesofchristdrt.org.
— Battery supplier Duracell announced Tuesday it was headed to the Moore area to dispense free batteries to affected residents, according to tweets from its twitter website.
— The website www.freekibble.com is donating Halo Purley for Pets food to pets impacted by the tornado.
— Anyone still wishing to find out if a relative or friend is OK may visit one of The American Red Cross websites, www.safeandwell.org.
— Those in need of assistance should reach out to the American Red Cross at www.redcross.org/find-help.
— Matthew 25: Ministries in Blue Ash welcomes volunteers at its facility on Kenwood Road. It will stay open through Memorial Day weekend to be part of disaster relief efforts. To contact M25M, call (513) 793-6256.
— Kroger stores are accepting donations via checklane coinboxes at each register at stores in Cincinnati, Dayton and Northern Kentucky.
We have a team of reporters on the ground in Oklahoma. Reporters Andy Sedlak, James Brown and Andrew Howell traveled to Moore, Okla., to bring our readers the latest news from the devastation left by a tornado that leveled much of the city on Monday.