If you would like to help those affected by Monday's deadly storms in Oklahoma, CBS News and CNN have compiled lists of organizations contributing to the recovery effort, which we have listed below.
Salvation Army - Oklahoma Tornado Relief
American Red Cross - Central and Western Oklahoma Region
More options are available through the links provided below.
There are local efforts in the Brazos Valley to help our neighbors in Oklahoma recover.
BV Media Giving Back Fund - Oklahoma
KBTX, The Eagle and Bryan Broadcasting are opening up the BV Media Giving Back fund to accept donations for Oklahoma tornado victims.
If desired you may also drop off a check at any of The Bank and Trust locations:
2900 S. Texas Ave.
Bryan, TX 77802
4450 State Highway 6 South
College Station, TX 77845
3400 Hwy 21 East
Bryan, TX 77808
2305 Texas Ave S.
College Station, TX 77840
Please make the check out to "BV Media Giving Back", and note in the memo line that it's for Oklahoma.
You can also donate online. Visit here for more information about making a PayPal donation.
Texas A&M Softball
The team is playing in the NCAA Super Regional in Norman, OK. They are asking for clothes and shoes for Oklahoma tornado victims. They are also asking for cash donations for West explosion victims.
Make your donations at the Aggie Softball Complex from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm Tuesday. The complex is located at the corner of Tom Chandler Boulevard and Olsen Boulevard.
Madisonville - Trinity Family Medicine
Dr. Mary Helen Morrow and her staff accepting monetary donations, clothing, shoes, and toiletries for the families of Moore. Please drop them off at 220 W Trinity on Wednesday, May 22 through Friday, May 24 from 7:30 am until 7 pm. For more information, call 936-348-2294.
Aggieland Outfitters, Rock 103.9, KORA 98.3
Aggieland Outfitters will join forces with local radio stations Rock 103.9 and KORA 98.3 to gather donations for tornado victims in Oklahoma this Wednesday from 4pm-6pm in the Post Oak Mall parking lot.
Aggieland Outfitters' sister store, Inspirations, had already planned to use the Aggieland Outfitters RV for a trip to the Tulsa area this weekend with Rock 103.9 to attend Rocklahoma. When news of the devastating tornados made its way to the Bryan-College Station area, both Aggieland Outfitters and Rock 103.9 decided that they had to change their plans slightly.
"With the trip to Rocklahoma already planned, it just made too much sense to not make a quick detour to the area hit by the tornados and help in anyway we can," said on air personality, Dee, who hosts Afternoons on Rock 103.9. "Some of the news reports that we've been watching have just been heart breaking, and Rock 103.9 and Brazos Valley Communications is proud to be a part of the efforts to help our neighbors in Oklahoma."
Aggieland Outfitters' Director of Marketing & Communications, Dallas Shipp, said that following the outpouring of support in response to the West, TX explosion, many of the company's Facebook fans began messaging the company through email and Facebook on Monday night asking if they were going to mount another relief drive.
"We obviously won't always be able to put together some sort of donation drive everytime something like this happens, but the fact that we already had a trip to Oklahoma planned this weekend just seemed to open up this opportunity for us," Shipp said. "Once we heard from the president of the Oklahoma City A&M Club, and were asked to help their club, we said sure."
Because the drive to Oklahoma is much longer than a quick trip to West, Aggieland Outfitters is asking that local residents try to make a cash donation. However, they will be taking a UHaul Truck in addition to the RV to carry as many supplies as possible.
Victims in Oklahoma have asked that donations of clothes NOT be made at this time, and are requesting the following supplies:
Baby formula (sealed)
Individually wrapped snacks
Shipp said that anyone wishing to stay up to date on the relief efforts should follow Aggieland Outfitters on Facebook.com/AggielandOutfitters or on Twitter at @AggieOutfitters.