(WICHITA, Kan.) — United Way of the Plains has set up a tornado relief fund to help the victim of the tornadoes in Reading, Kansas and Joplin, Missouri rebuild their lives in the wake of the storms.
The United Way Tornado Relief Fund will serve as a central collection point for anyone who would like to make a donation to the long term recovery of people affected by the storm.
The United Way Fund will help provide for services from a number of organizations to help tornado survivors long term.
The United Way of the Plains says the fund will be administered with no administration charge; 100 percent of each gift will go to disaster recovery assistance. Donors can designate their gift to assist in either Reading, Kan., or Joplin, Mo. Donors should make checks payable to United Way Tornado Relief, and mail to United Way of the Plains, 245 N. Water, Wichita, KS 67202.