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Philanthropic Drive in Norristown, PA Supports Oklahoma Tornado Victims

Posted by Jackie Puleo on May 22, 2013 2:17:00 PM

Oklahome Tornado

On Monday, May 20, about 3:15 p.m. CDT, one of the most devastating tornados in our nation’s history laid a path of destruction just south of Oklahoma City.  The storm killed and injured many and has left countless others homeless.

Secure Components has many friends in this area that work at Tinker Air Force Base.  In an effort to provide whatever help we can from Norristown PA and the surrounding Philadelphia area, our employees are organizing a drive to provide supplies that can help assist the families directly affected from the tornados in Oklahoma over the past 24–48 hours.   We are calling on everyone in our community, our friends, family, clients and vendors, to help us in our mission to help these victims. If everyone just gives a little, it can mean a lot to someone who has perhaps lost everything. Just like with any family, when things get tough, its feels best to stick together and help one another.

We felt the best thing we could do was try and organize our local community to provide donations of anything you may have to donate such as:

Blankets Clothing Baby formula
Boots Shoes Water
Gloves Diapers Power-bars
Canned goods Toys  

We are currently working closely with those on the ground in Oklahoma to locate a local charity that will directly make an impact to those most affected.

Collecting Donation

We will be collecting donations and shipping them directly to the local charity to be determined.  Please have donations delivered by Thursday, May 30th, as we plan to ship whatever we are able to collect on Friday, May 31st.   Look for updates on our efforts at Secure Component's Facebook and Twitter pages.

Secure Components

1000 East Main Street

Norristown, PA 19401

Secure Components will be sending supplies on Friday May 31st.

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