BENEFITING: American Red Cross
The flooding in Louisiana is likely the worst natural disaster since Superstorm Sandy in 2012. Red Cross disaster volunteers are providing shelter, food and comfort now – and more help is on the way. Sunday night more than 10,600 people sought refuge in nearly 50 Red Cross and community shelters in Louisiana. An additional 500 Red Cross disaster volunteers from all over the country are on their way to help in Louisiana. The Red Cross has also mobilized 60 disaster response vehicles, 40,000 ready-to-eat meals, and more than two dozen trailer loads of shelter and kitchen supplies.
Your donation to The Red Cross will be used to help people affected by the Louisiana Floods.