2 businesses, local churches collecting donations for vicims in Moore

CLEVELAND - Two local companies have teamed up to help the victims of last Monday's tornado in Moore, Oklahoma.

D'Angelos Roofing and Construction decided they wanted to help the people affected. A member of their sales team, John Kennedy, took it upon himself to ask his church for help. Through the church, the White Dove Mattress Company donated a 50-foot truck and 30 mattresses and box springs for the effort.

D'Angelos company's owner, Anthony Kovach, has offered to pay for the gas, food, and lodging for those from his company that are taking the donations to Oklahoma.

The volunteers would like to fill the truck that White Dove Mattress Company has donated. They are asking that anyone who would like to donate items please take them to D'Angelo's Roofing at 2597 W.41 st Street, Cleveland, by Tuesday.

Here is a list of the items they are looking for:

Gloves

Rakes

Shovels

Wheelbarrows

Trash Bags

Chainsaws

Tarps

Dustpans

Brooms

Boxes

Flashlights

Batteries

Ziploc Baggies

Towels

Hats (ball caps)

Deodorant

Hair Bands

Hairbrushes

Hygiene Items

Pillows

Non Perishable Food Items

 

Questions? Please contact Darlene Angelo at 216.272.4441 or dangelosroofing@gmail.com .

The donations will be delivered to Lloyd Noble Center in Norman, Oklahoma.

For monetary donations, checks can be written to:

Moore Public Schools Foundation Tornado Relief Fund

P.O. Box 6100

Moore, OK 73153

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