- Tornado: Donate & volunteer
DONATE: Branson concert to aid Joplin
After seeing the devastation of Joplin from the May 22 tornado, Ann Stafford knew she couldn’t sit on her hands and do nothing.
DONATE: Recovery efforts get starpower with $500,000 donation from Pitt, Jolie
Officials with the Community Foundation of the Ozarks, based in Springfield, knew on May 23 that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were interested in making a donation.
DONATE: Pitt and Jolie donate $500,000 to Joplin
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, through their Jolie-Pitt Foundation today have announced a contribution of $500,000 to the Community Foundation of the Ozarks.
DONATE: Satterlee family donates $250,000 to school district
The Joplin School District announced Tuesday that the Satterlee family of Joplin has met the $250,000 challenge issued last week by David and Debra Humphreys of Joplin.
DONATE: More programs created to help Joplin schools
The Joplin School District has introduced its Adopt-a-Classroom program as a way to help school officials achieve the goal of students returning to classes on Aug. 17.
DONATE: Cash donations continue to flow
Thanks in part to the actions of a single transplanted Joplin native living in central Missouri, small Joplin businesses and nonprofits directly affected by the May 22 tornado could have access to nearly $1 million, with more on the way.
DONATE: Donation will be made to Joplin schools
Joplin schools receive $20,000 donation.
DONATE: Minnesota firm raising funds for school libraries
In response to the devastating tornado that destroyed three Joplin schools on May 22, Mackin Educational Resources, of Burnsville, Minn., has created a special Disaster Relief Funds4Books donation program to help raise the funds needed to replace the destroyed school library collections.
DONATE:: Humphreys family makes large donation to rebuild Joplin schools, offers challenge grant
Joplin residents David and Debra Humphreys are making a personal gift of $250,000 to Joplin schools for the tornado rebuilding and recovery efforts. The Humphreys are also offering a Matching Challenge Grant of an additional $250,000.
DONATE: Galena Days proceeds to go to Joplin tornado victims
Galena Fire Chief Bill Hall said it is a desire to help their neighbors that caused the Galena Fire Department to vote to donate proceeds from Galena Days to Joplin, Mo., tornado victims.
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