Welcome To Opulent Philanthropy Inc./ Oklahoma Disaster Relief
Our Mission is to help improve the lives of people during disasters.
Your generous gift will help us fund our mission to help those in need of shelter, food, medical bills and rebuilding assistance.
$50 dollars provide 300 meals, $200 provides shelter for 20 people, $250 provides patient assistance to 10 people, $500 dollars provides rebuilding assistance.
Invest in a healthier future for people injured during disasters. Leave a note, when checking out, to assure your donation is applied to the program of your choice.
Your donation helps support people during unexpected disasters it pays for deductibles, patient care and treatment. Thank you for your support! Leave a note, when checking out, to assure your donation is applied to the program of your choice.
83% of your donation will go towards disaster relief.
Taxpayer Identification Number: 45-3088713 501 (c)(3) All donations are tax deductible.
Opulent Philanthropy Inc. Founded 2011
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In Payne County, home to 82,000 people, emergency responders have conducted more than 30 water rescues, the board of commissioners said in a news release. Between 6 and 8 inches of rain fell Monday, officials said.
Floodwater closed parts of Interstate 40 in Canadian County, just west of Oklahoma City, after storms hit late Monday and early Tuesday.
In that county, high water was lapping up against homes in a rural area near the community of El Reno on Tuesday morning, and fire departments' swift water rescue teams were using boats to take residents to drier land.
Violent tornadoes across Texas and Oklahoma on Sunday, destroying millions of dollars in property.
Monday, Texas officials signed a disaster declaration after an EF2 left some homes barely standing.
For the first time in two years, forecasters have issued their most dire warning for the risk of catastrophic tornadoes.
The target: parts of the Texas Panhandle and Oklahoma, which is also marking the sixth anniversary of a tornado that pulverized the city of Moore, killing 24 people.
Over 2 million people are in harm's way as the National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center issued a threat level 5 out of 5 for violent tornadoes Monday. "This event should result in a significant threat to life and property," the Storm Prediction Center said.