OKLAHOMA TORNADO

On May 20, 2013, a powerful tornado swept through the city of Moore, Oklahoma, leaving a path of destruction in its wake. Homes and buildings were destroyed, in one of the worst tornadoes in the city’s history. Twenty-four lives were lost, 377 were injured, and an estimated $2 billion in property damage was sustained. To support relief efforts, we sent $127,000 in relief supplies to help struggling families recover from this disaster.

Moore, Oklahoma
stats:
Population below poverty line:
Total Expenditure on health per capita:
Under five mortality rate:
Physicians Density:
Life Expectancy:
School Life Expectancy:
Literacy Rate:
GDP per capita:
Children Under the age of 5 years underweight:
Unemployment rate:
Population:
60,451
% without health insurance:
12.9%
% of persons living in poverty:
10.2%
% of high school graduates:
91%
Median household income:
$58,169

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