Tornado Recovery Efforts

The NBA Family continues to support those impacted by the massive tornadoes which hit Central Oklahoma communities in May taking nearly 40 lives, destroying two elementary schools and leaving thousands homeless.

The Oklahoma City Thunder will wear commemorative uniforms on July 9 during NBA Summer League paying tribute to tornado victims.

Please join the NBA Family in support of these organizations who are leading the recovery efforts and mobilizing resources to aid communities and people suffering from this tragedy.

Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity
Continues their support of long-term rebuilding efforts that will benefit victims of the May tornadoes. Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit, ecumenical Christian housing ministry that provides affordable housing for hard-working, limited-income families. The organization has built more than 700 new homes in central Oklahoma since 1990, all sold at cost and with no interest charged. Please join us in support of the Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity. Donate now

Moore Public Schools
Moore Public Schools is the third largest district in Oklahoma. Their exceptional district has consistently maintained a tradition of excellence through high student achievement, outstanding instruction, nurturing climate, and strong community support. Please join us as we continue our fundraising efforts to meet the needs of their affected schools, teachers, and students. Donate now

Save The Children
Providing relief and support for the survivors of the devastating tornadoes in Oklahoma, including immediate aid especially for vulnerable children as well as the long-term programs that will enable boys and girls to heal and live normal, happy lives once more. Please join us in support of Save the Children and click below to donate or text TWISTER to 20222. Donate now

United Way of Central Oklahoma
Give to United Way of Central Oklahoma’s May Tornadoes Relief Fund to support relief and recovery efforts in central Oklahoma. Your admin-fee-free donation will support the immediate, intermediate and long-term care of central Oklahomans devastated by the recent tornadoes. Donate now