Mercury One raising funds to help tornado victims in Oklahoma

Mercury One is taking donations to help victims of the devastating tornadoes that hit Oklahoma today. If you can, please click here and donate to the disaster relief fund. Please share this with your friends and family.

  • Charles Chapman is the only place I donate that isn’t specifically for animals.

  • Anonymous

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  • Anonymous

    Thank you from Oklahoma City!

    • PJ Behri

       you are very welcome from CA

  • Anonymous

    The water treatment plant was also hit, so those lucky enough  to have a home left still don’t have water and a large number are without power.

  • NormB

    The science is settled. EVERYone knows how tornadoes are being generated by “global climate change.” We’ve known this for DECADES and government isn’t doing enough to prevent them.
    Here’s an article from 1975 about it:
    Wait. What? Oh. Never mind.
    Just made a donation.  Keep up the good work.

  • Anonymous

    Thank you Glenn Beck for leading the way in helping the people in Oklahoma and facilitating a way for people like me to contribute! May God Bless You.

  • Anonymous

    there is no science for mother nature . quit thinking the government can control everything. why do you want them to anyway. there always have been storms and always will have them.tornadoes,hurricanes,etc. is the earths way to cleanse itself. wake up americans. you can,t control mother nature.stop trying. the government can,t control the weather. quit believing that.   the only thing they know how to do is to control your life. you want to believe in someone,believe in god. americans pray and love more. aren,t you tired of gov. lies and control. please wake up people. god bless americans from oklahoma

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