Millions of dollars are being raised in the wake of the deadly Oklahoma tornado. The Red Cross has received more than $15 million in donations and pledges so far for the town of Moore, which was struck by a tornado Monday that killed 24, injured more than 300 and destroyed thousands of homes. With the money raised, the organization has opened 10 emergency aid stations, provided shelters for victims, served more than 16,000 meals and snacks and given out more than 3,000 relief items like shovels, toiletries and trash bags. The Salvation Army has raised another $4.3 million, and donations made to individual victims or nonprofits via crowdfunding websites now exceed $1 million. Other aid organizations, including AmeriCares and Feeding America are also collecting donations for victims.