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Make Bake Create Link Party Week 8 - Oklahoma Disaster Relief

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Welcome to Week 8 of the Make Bake Create Party. This week I am doing something a bit different. As many of you know, Oklahoma was hit hard by storms on Sunday and again on Monday. Many have lost their lives, their homes, their world. I have received many messages asking how to help. Please keep reading this post for a few ways you can reach out to these people and help.

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This week, Kristy from Mommy Hates Cooking is the official party host. Check out her blog to get this CUTE Menu Plan printable!

Like I mentioned earlier, I am doing things a bit different this week. This week I will not be featuring anyone. Instead, I am offering a few ways you can help my neighbors in Moore and the surrounding areas. 
I am sorry I do not know the source of this image, it is being passed around Facebook. If this is your image please let me know and I will give you full photo credit.
Text CONVOY to 50555 to give $10 to Convoy of Hope
Text FOOD to 32333 to give $10 to the Oklahoma Food Bank
Text STORM to 80888 to give $10 to the Salvation Army
Text REDCROSS to 90999 to give $10 to the Red Cross
It is my understanding the money will be added to your next phone bill.

The Vintage Pearl will be donating 100% of each love for oklahoma sale to the American Red Cross.
The Gleeful Peacock will be donating 100% of each Oklahoma Love necklace to the Red Cross.

Pray. I can not tell you how much prayer helps. Please, continue to pray for the people that lost their lives, their homes, their world. Pray for the local leaders, the first responders, our great state.

If you live in Oklahoma, a lot of companies, churches, organizations are accepting donations of gloves, trash bags, wipes, sunscreen, water, sports drinks. Please, check with people in your area to find out if anyone near you is accepting these types of donations. If not and this is how you would like to help, contact me and I will get info to you.

Thank you all for reaching out to me, for your prayers, for your kind words.

The Creative Princess

Make sure to follow our Make Bake Create Party Pin Board where we will be pinning the projects linked up here! ALSO Your DIY project or recipe may be made by one of us. So make sure to link up one of your favorite projects and we may put it to the test ! It will be shared by all of us (with links back to your recipe or craft of course).
We will also be hosting a Make Bake Create Google Hangout too (TBA)! So stay tuned!!!
Disclaimer and things to keep in mind~
* You may link up any DIY/ recipe/ food type post.
* You may link as many links as you want.
* Be sure to include The Make Bake Create button or text link to in your linked post; this is recommended to be featured!
* By linking up you are agreeing that the photos are yours or that you have permission to use them, that we may use those photos to feature your project on a blog post, Facebook, Pinterest, or Twitter with a link back to your blog of course. (; We may also occasionally MAKE YOUR PROJECT OURSELVES- with a link back to your recipe or tutorial. (this gets more exposure for you... and potentially lots of traffic!)

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