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Mark Jeffreys at BassZone.com lives in Moore, Okla., and saw first hand what happened to families who lost everything in the tornado there in May. Now he’s started a campaign called “Send a Limit” to help the families still struggling to get back on their feet after losing everything in the tornado.

The concept is simple, Jefferys is asking folks to send 5 things to help in the recovery effort. Send five canned goods, five pieces of clothing, five toys, or five dollars and help make a difference for the families struggling in Moore. Catholic Charities of Oklahoma has done a great job supporting the families in need and handling donations. Families can come get food, furniture, clothing etc in their time of need.

Several Oklahoma Elite Series anglers like Kenyon Hill and Edwin Evers have joined in the effort and spreading the word.

To send donations, they would like to receive them by June 30th at the following address:

The Bass Zone, 3613 Park Glenn Drive, Moore, OK 73160

They ask that you make checks payable to Catholic Charities of Oklahoma.

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