Report from Moore – The “Oklahoma Standard”

Report from Moore – The “Oklahoma Standard”

While assessing the affected areas, PBV’s representatives spent some time assisting with administrative tasks at the main Volunteer Reception Center (VRC) in the area, Serve Moore. Serve Moore was formed in the immediate aftermath of the May 20th tornado by a coalition of local churches in order to accommodate the influx of volunteers from all over the U.S who came to assist those affected by the disaster. The VRC took in more than 4000 volunteers per day at the peak of its activity and is still regularly taking in over 1000 volunteers, especially on the weekends when it generally attracts more local and out-of-town volunteers. Upon arrival at the center, […]



Update from Oklahoma Tornado Relief Activities

Two of PBV’s representatives arrived in the Oklahoma City area on June 13th.

They have visited the areas of Oklahoma City, Moore, El Reno and Shawnee which were affected by tornadoes, flooding and other severe weather conditions in order to conduct an initial assessment of the damage and to gauge the needs on the ground.



Fundraising for U.S. Tornado Relief Efforts

PBV extends its deepest condolences to all of those affected by the devastating tornadoes that have struck the Mid-West of the United States in recent days. In response, PBV has commenced fundraising activities for relief efforts and is working closely with partner organizations in the United States in order to deliver assistance as effectively as possible.

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