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How You Can Help: Local donation sites for Moore, OK

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American Quarter Horse Association

1600 Quarter Horse Drive - 806-376-4811

http://aqha.com/

 

American Red Cross (monetary donations)

1800 S Harrison - 806-376-6309

Text "Red Cross" to 09999

http://www.redcross.org/tx/amarillo-pampa

 

Cornerstone Outreach

1111 N Buchanan Street - 806-381-2131

http://www.cornerstoneamarillo.net/

 

Grace Church

4111 Plains Boulevard 

http://www.calvaryamarillo.org/

 

Salon Versa

811 E Amarillo Boulevard - 806-236-7271

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Salon-Versa/320709197949915

 

Victory Church

6300 Arden Road - 806-359-9463

http://www.evictorychurch.org/

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