(CNN) -- Much of Moore, Oklahoma, which is just outside of Oklahoma City, is now a devastated pile of rubble.
The search and rescue mission continues after a massive tornado touched down Monday afternoon. CNN affiliate KFOR reported that at one time, the tornado was estimated to be at least 2 miles wide, and the National Weather Service is also saying the scale of the tornado is at least EF4. This is the second most severe classification of tornado.
It is clear the days ahead are grave for the people of Oklahoma and the need for help will be immense.
Many unaffected viewers want to help. How can you donate?
Text STORM to 80888 for The Salvation Army USA.
Text REDCROSS to 90999 $10 donations, or
FOOD to 32333 for Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.