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Memphis To Moore Fundraiser

Angela Copeland,
Campaign Owner

23

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$4,925

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Days Left: 0
Goal: $10,000

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Moore Public Schools Tornado Relief Fund - Funds will be used for food, clothing, shelter, after school care, and school supplies.

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Your help is needed to assist those impacted by the May 20th tornado in Moore, Oklahoma.

Less than a week after the Grizzlies played their final game against the Thunder, tragedy struck in the hometown of Thunder fans. On May 20th, Moore was hit by an F5 tornado that has devastated the community. In response, The Westin Memphis has partnered with Red Rover, and Memphian & Moore-native Angela Copeland to raise funds for the Moore Public Schools Tornado Relief Fund.

Funds raised will go to the Moore Public Schools Tornado Relief Fund. Funds will aid students, families and staff of Moore Public Schools who were affected by the May 20th tornado. They will help remove obstacles that stand in the way of teachers being able to teach and children being able to learn by providing them the basic educational materials and support they need. This could include food, clothing, shelter, after school care, and school supplies.

To learn more about our efforts, visit the Memphis To Moore website here.

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Your help is needed to assist those impacted by the May 20th tornado in Moore, Oklahoma.

Less than a week after the Grizzlies played their final game against the Thunder, tragedy struck in the hometown of Thunder fans. On May 20th, Moore was hit by an F5 tornado that has devastated the community. In response, The Westin Memphis has partnered with Red Rover, and Memphian & Moore-native Angela Copeland to raise funds for the Moore Public Schools Tornado Relief Fund.

Funds raised will go to the Moore Public Schools Tornado Relief Fund. Funds will aid students, families and staff of Moore Public Schools who were affected by the May 20th tornado. They will help remove obstacles that stand in the way of teachers being able to teach and children being able to learn by providing them the basic educational materials and support they need. This could include food, clothing, shelter, after school care, and school supplies.

To learn more about our efforts, visit the Memphis To Moore website here.