The tornado that hit Moore, Oklahoma on May 20th caused damage indicative of an EF5 tornado, leaving a trail of damage as much as two miles wide and 17 miles long. 24 people have been confirmed dead and over 230 people were injured. Blocks of homes were destroyed, along with businesses a hospital and two elementary schools.
Journey Church is one of the biggest churches in Norman and has opened its doors to hundreds of those who have lost their homes and are seeking shelter outside of Moore and Oklahoma City. For more information call 405-217-8700 or email email@example.com.
El Chico is reaching out to the community after the devastating tornado that ripped through Moore, OK. Beginning this Friday, May 24, El Chico will donate $1 for every sopapilla sold through the following Friday, May 31. Proceeds will be donated to The American Red Cross for the relief of all effected in Oklahoma.
In addition, on Tuesday, May 21, Saied Hashem, General Manager of the El Chico in Norman, dropped off 150 Chicken Fajita Tacos to Journey Church, located in Norman. The American Red Cross advised him to take the donation to one of the nearby shelters. El Chico is scheduled to deliver food again in two days.
Sooner Mall has designated El Chico to be a drop off site for people wanting to donate to the people that lost their homes.