Monday, May 3, 2010

non-snark, non-political: if you've a few spare $$$

American Red Cross Responds to Historic Southern Floods
People can send a $10 donation to help those affected by disasters across the country by texting ‘REDCROSS’ to 90999
WASHINGTON, Monday, May 03, 2010 — The American Red Cross has opened more than two dozen shelters in response to a powerful weather system that generated tornadoes and caused severe flooding across the South.

As of Monday morning, the Red Cross and its partners had 28 shelters open across the South, including Mississippi, Kentucky and Tennessee. Tennessee was particularly hard hit, with some areas in the state receiving as much as a foot of rain, leading to numerous road closures and forcing evacuations. Nearly 1,000 Tennesseans stayed at a shelter on Sunday night.
"American Red Cross disaster relief services are free, a donated gift of the American people."

ARC Disaster Relief Fund.

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