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It is the last day to donate items as part of the STL 4 OKC campaign.

Mayor Francis Slay, County Executive Charlie Dooley, and Rams Quarterback Sam Bradford were all on hand this week to announced the donation drive.

There are two drop off locations that open until 7 PM on Friday. The first location is at Loughborough Commons at I-55 and Loughborough.  The second location is at Kirkwood Commons at I-44 and Lindbergh.  Bradford will be at the Kirkwood Commons location between 4:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.

Organizers are asking for any prepackaged items from pet food to hygiene products. The donations will be driven to Moore, Oklahoma this weekend.

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City leaders were together to announce the start of a drive to collect donations headed to Moore, Oklahoma. 

The campaign started out on Twitter with the hashtag #STL4OKC. The project has an ambition goal of filling a semi-truck by Saturday morning.

Donations can be dropped off Thursday from 4 PM - 10:30 PM across the street from Gate One at Busch Stadium. On Friday and Saturday, there are two donation sites. One in the Loughborough Commons and the other in the Kirkwood Commons. Organizers are asking for new and prepacked supplies that range from baby wipes and sunscreen, to blankets and batteries. 

Drop-off times and locations:

Thursday, May 23rd  4 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.

Broadway & Spruce across from Gate One at Busch Stadium (Tums Parking Lot)

Friday, May 24th  7 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Loughborough Commons

I-55 & Loughborough

Kirkwood Commons

I-44 & Lindbergh

Suggested donations:

·Baby Items – Diapers, wipes, formula, Pedialyte or equivalent

·Personal needs - lip balm, Insect repellant, bathroom tissue, feminine hygiene products, sunscreen, eye drops, first aid supplies, wet wipes, toiletries

·Cleaning supplies – bleach, disinfectant, paper towels

·Building and packing materials –small hand tools such as hammers, screwdrivers, nails, crow bars, saws, screws, work gloves, plywood, Duct tape, heavy duty garbage bags, storage containers, nylon rope, large plastic containers tarps

·Pet supplies – food, kitty litter, pet bowls

·Children shoes, socks, underwear, clothes, sports equipment (balls)

·Non-perishable food

·Blankets

·Bottled water

·Batteries (C and D sizes)

·Candles

 

 

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City leaders were together to announce the start of a drive to collect donations headed to Moore, Oklahoma. 

The campaign started out on Twitter with the hashtag #STL4OKC. The project has an ambition goal of filling a semi-truck by Saturday morning.

Donations can be dropped off Thursday from 4 PM - 10:30 PM across the street from Gate One at Busch Stadium. On Friday and Saturday, there are two donation sites. One in the Loughborough Commons and the other in the Kirkwood Commons. Organizers are asking for new and prepacked supplies that range from baby wipes and sunscreen, to blankets and batteries. 

Drop-off times and locations:

Thursday, May 23rd  4 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.

Broadway & Spruce across from Gate One at Busch Stadium (Tums Parking Lot)

Friday, May 24th  7 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Loughborough Commons

I-55 & Loughborough

Kirkwood Commons

I-44 & Lindbergh

Suggested donations:

·Baby Items – Diapers, wipes, formula, Pedialyte or equivalent

·Personal needs - lip balm, Insect repellant, bathroom tissue, feminine hygiene products, sunscreen, eye drops, first aid supplies, wet wipes, toiletries

·Cleaning supplies – bleach, disinfectant, paper towels

·Building and packing materials –small hand tools such as hammers, screwdrivers, nails, crow bars, saws, screws, work gloves, plywood, Duct tape, heavy duty garbage bags, storage containers, nylon rope, large plastic containers tarps

·Pet supplies – food, kitty litter, pet bowls

·Children shoes, socks, underwear, clothes, sports equipment (balls)

·Non-perishable food

·Blankets

·Bottled water

·Batteries (C and D sizes)

·Candles

 

 

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