Make a donation to the Red Cross at any of our branches.

OKLAHOMA Spring Storms 2013

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Oklahomans affected by the recent devastating storms. We are so proud and honored to have so many customers who want to help their neighbors. As your bank, we want to protect you from fraud and help you make sure that your donations are going to the people who need it most. That's why we have partnered with the American Red Cross to ensure that your donations benefit victims of disasters like tornadoes, floods and other storms throughout Oklahoma through the Oklahoma Spring Storms 2013 relief effort.

The best way to help a disaster victim is through a financial donation to the Red Cross. Financial contributions allow the Red Cross to purchase exactly what is needed for the disaster relief. According to the Red Cross, financial donations also allow them to purchase relief supplies near the disaster site, which not only helps them avoid delays and transportation costs, but also stimulates the weakened local economy in disaster areas.

Collections of food, clothing and shoes must be cleaned, sorted and repackaged, which impedes the valuable resource of money, time and personnel that are needed for other aspects of the relief effort. We will be accepting donations of items once reliable relief organizations are able to receive donations and guarantee transportation and distribution. Until then, we are collecting cash and check donations at all of our branches for the Red Cross. Checks are the preferred method of donations, and receipts are available for donations by check. We guarantee that 100% of your tax-deductible donations will be delivered to the American Red Cross.

If you wish to make a donation to the Red Cross with a debit or credit card, click here to be redirected to the donation page for the Oklahoma Spring Storms 2013 fund.

Your gift enables the Red Cross to prepare for and provide shelter, food, emotional support and other assistance in response to disasters. Checks should be made payable to the "American Red Cross".