Thursday, May 10, 2007


1) Heart to Heart International in Olathe.
Heart to Heart, 401 S. Clairborne, Suite 302, Olathe, KS 66062
Or visit

2) Send donations to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund through your local chapter or to the American Red Cross, P.O. Box 37243, Washington, DC 20013. Or visit
Groups wishing to donate items for Greensburg relief should contact the Pratt, Kan., Red Cross office at (620) 672-3651.

3) Send contributions to your local Salvation Army by marking them "Disaster Relief," visit or call 800-SAL-ARMY (800-725-2769).

I certainly understand that the people of Greensburg are the kind of people with whom I grew up in Twinsburg, Ohio - tough, resilient and utterly unafraid to deal with their own tragedy. But if nothing else, help from others of their countrymen can be a buoy for the heart - letting them know they aren't alone.

I've made my contribution - how about you?


Wyatt Earp said...

Why didn't Bush help them??? The Kansas Gov said he dropped the ball!!!


Mrs. Media Matters said...

News from the Sacramento area. Seniors here at a local High School (Christian Brothers High) Have collected funds of about $1600.00 to donate to the Greensburg graduating class of 2007. They would like to help them have a graduation to remember. This should go to caps, gowns and other things. It is nice to see some young people out there still have some compassion and values.

Gayle Miller said...

Refreshing indeed. But then in many ways your area isn't like the rest of California - after all, Mr. and Mrs. Media matters live there with the delectable Parker!

Tom Blogical said...

mrs. media matters:

That's a great story, it's good to see that there are high school kids who would organize and do something like that.