The EF5 tornado that descended on Moore, Oklahoma Monday is officially the deadliest tornado to hit the United States since Joplin.
And like Joplin and the numerous disaster before and since, Americans are rallying together to help those affected in any way they can. Earlier this week, we encouraged you to help Oklahoma tornado victims through donations to reputable charities, including the American Red Cross and Salvation Army.
Now, we’re stepping up. Wednesday, Etón shipped out over 1,300 units, worth nearly $70,000, of turbine and solar-powered American Red Cross preparedness radios to displaced Oklahomans currently staying on the University of Oklahoma campus.
While our donation doesn’t help recover lost homes or treasured possessions, we hope to provide a little peace of mind moving forward. Again, our thoughts and prayers are with you, Oklahoma.
For more photos of Etón Corp’s Oklahoma relief efforts, visit our Facebook album.