Connecticut & Rhode Island wrote -
Through an army of volunteers, donors and partners, the American Red Cross is there during people's darkest hours:
- When a family watches their home burn, the Red Cross provides necessities, like food and lodging, and helps them put the pieces back together.
- When a tornado destroys an entire town, the Red Cross sets up shelters and works with partners to rebuild.
- When floodwaters rush through houses, we deliver clean up supplies, meals and hugs—whatever people need to get through.
Nearly 66,000 times a year, the Red Cross helps following disasters, and with your donation, you'll help too, providing hope and caring when people need it most.
*Help people affected by disasters and countless other crisis by making a gift to American Red Cross Disaster Relief. Your gift enables the Red Cross to prepare for, respond to and help people recover from disasters big and small.