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Local companies, churches gathering donations for Oklahoma

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Anthony Kovach, Owner of D'Angelos Roofing.  Shovels are one of the many things they need Anthony Kovach, Owner of D'Angelos Roofing. Shovels are one of the many things they need
Anthony King, organizer of the collection, loads donations into the truck Anthony King, organizer of the collection, loads donations into the truck
Where to drop donations off. Where to drop donations off.
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

D'Angelos Roofing and White Dove Mattress company have teamed up with local churches and have a 50 foot trailer to fill with supplies and donations for the survivors of the recent tornado that ripped through Moore, Oklahoma.

While they already have some donations, they are still trying to fill their truck. 

Items needed are:

Gloves, rakes, shovels, wheelbarrows, trash bags, chainsaws, tarps, dustpans, brooms, boxes, flashlights, batteries, Ziploc bags, towels, baseball caps, deodorant, hair bands, hairbrushes, hygiene items, pillows and non-perishable food items.

Donations can be brought to D'Angelos Roofing at 2597 W. 41st in Cleveland.  There will be someone there to take donations through 9 p.m. Sunday and all day Monday.  The truck will be leaving Tuesday.

The donations will be taken to Lloyd Noble Center in Norman, OK.

Checks can be made out to: Moore Public School Foundation Tornado Relief Fund.

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