The EF5 tornado that tore through the city of Moore, Oklahoma, on Monday afternoon killed at least 24 people and injured 324, according to CNN. Many of those hurt and killed were young children whose families are returning to the piles of rubble that used to be their homes.
Several organizations are already on the ground to help with the recovery effort, and here is how you can contribute:
If you've been affected by the tornado and are looking for food and shelter, here are some resources for you:
Get more information on how to help or get help at CNN.com/Impact.
Full coverage of urgent rescue efforts during Morning Express with Robin Meade on HLN.