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'Feed the Children' Group to Help in Central Arkansas

On Tuesday April 29, Feed The Children will send emergency disaster relief supplies to aid victims of the devastating tornadoes in central Arkansas.
OKLAHOMA CITY (Press Release) -- On Tuesday April 29, Feed The Children will send emergency disaster relief supplies to aid victims of the devastating tornadoes in the Midwest and Southern regions of the US. Disaster relief supplies will leave Feed The Children’s Oklahoma City warehouse located at 29. N. McCormick around 9:00 a.m. The supplies will be delivered to The Arkansas Rice Depot in Little Rock and arrive by approximately 3:00 p.m. 

Water provided by Feed The Children is already helping storm victims and first responders near Elizabeth City, North Carolina after six tornadoes injured 16 people and damaged 200 homes.

Feed The Children is coordinating with organizations and authorities in those regions to deliver more disaster supplies as requests for aid are received.

“Our hearts go out to all of those whose lives have been shattered by the storm and thanks to the generous donation from many of our corporate partners and supporters, we are able to bring direct help to families affected by these deadly storms,” said Kevin Hagan, president and CEO of Feed The Children. “We stand ready to help families in their time of need and will continue to respond until that need is met.”

Cash donations to help with relief efforts can be made by phone at 800-627-4556 or online at www.feedthechildren.org/storms.

About Feed The Children

Founded in 1979, Feed The Children is one of the largest charities based in the U.S., with the mission of providing hope and resources for those without life’s essentials. Feed The Children is accredited by the BBB Wise Giving Alliance and has a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator. Using an integrated approach to defeat hunger, Feed The Children distributed over $344 million in food, essentials and medicine to over 10 million individuals in the United States, and 23 other countries in fiscal year 2013. For more information, CLICK HERE.
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