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FOX 25 KOKH-TV

Fox 25, KOKH-TV, partnered with several local business donated an amount near $45,000 to help support shelter Oklahoma Schools efforts in building storm shelters and tornado-preventing buildings for the future generations of Oklahoma school children.

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Mercury One Foundation Donates $350,000 to S.O.S.

Shelter Oklahoma Schools has accepted the $350,000 donation from TV and Radio personality Glenn Beck’s Mercury One Foundation. Mercury One’s mission is to inspire, organize and mobilize individuals to improve the human condition physically, emotionally and spiritually with malice towards none and charity for all. Shelter Oklahoma Schools is excited to have Mercury One on [...]

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Fiat of Edmond

OKC Fiat dealership, Fiat of Edmond, becomes a sponsor of Shelter Oklahoma Schools after $5,000 donation has been accepted by Shelter Oklahoma Schools.

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Barry Sanders Honda

Stillwater Honda dealership, Barry Sanders Honda, has sponsored Shelter Oklahoma Schools with a donation of $5,000 in order to start building twister-proof shelters for the school districts in Oklahoma.

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Barry Sanders Supercenter

Local Car dealership in Stillwater, Oklahoma, Barry Sanders Supercenter donates $5,000 just as  sister store, Barry Sanders Honda, to pitch in the efforts to raise awareness of Shelter Oklahoma Schools.

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Edmond Hyundai

We are saddened by what occurred to each and every one of the victims, their families, their friends, and each and every person and entity that has been affected by the events of May 20, 2013. As a result, we have decided to contribute $10,000.00 to the Shelter Oklahoma Schools Fund to help in the effort to build, resurrect, and/or fortify shelters and safe houses in and around schools and communities throughout Oklahoma.

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Lawton Chrysler Jeep Dodge

After seeing the destruction on the news, Lawton Chrysler Jeep Dodge has pledged $10,000 to Shelter Oklahoma Schools in order to start the movement to build strong tornado-proof shelters for Oklahoma schools.

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