Oklahomans are feeding the hungry at Tulsa Area Red Cross shelters following the weekend's devastating wildfires.
The Sand Springs Shelter at 101 West 38th Street is feeding about 150 in-house and sending out about 1,000 meals, according to Pastor Don Tabberer of the Sand Springs First Methodist Church.
"It's a huge food effort," he said Monday morning. Red Cross and the Southern Baptist Disaster Response Team are in place in Sand Springs.
People who have had losses in the fires can come in and sign up for financial and relocation assistance from the Red Cross.
"We're offering overnight housing for as long as it's needed," Tabberer said.
Red Cross shelters remain open in the following locations for families and individuals displaced by the grass fires:
United Methodist Church Family Life Center
101 West 38th Street
Cushing Senior Center
203 East Cherry
Slaughterville First Baptist Church
10101 60th Street
HOW TO HELP:
Those wishing to help people impacted by these wildfires and other disasters can make a financial donation to the Red Cross.
www.okredcross.org, click on the "Donate" tab
American Red Cross – Tulsa Area Chapter
Tulsa, OK 74182
Text REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation. Charges will appear on cell phone bill; regular fees may apply.