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Victims of Hurricane Katrina are attempting to recover from the massive storm. American Red Cross volunteers have been deployed to the hardest hit areas of Katrina's destruction, supplying hundreds of thousands of victims left homeless with critical necessities. USA 2017 join American Red Cross in raising funds for Hurricane 2005 Relief.
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In times of disaster...

The American Red Cross has launched an immense emergency relief effort to meet unprecedented humanitarian needs in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

In times of disaster, the American Red Cross immediately mobilizes workers and supplies to address the urgent, critical needs of disaster victims, which include providing emergency shelter, food, water, counseling and other assistance. The Red Cross response to Hurricane Katrina is the largest response to a single, natural disaster in the 125-year history of the organization.

Red Cross Mass Care:

Shelters – 284 American Red Cross shelters are open in 9 states: Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Tennessee, Arkansas, Florida, Missouri and Georgia, with many more on standby.

August 2005. Hurricane Katrina, Biloxi, Mississippi. Across the bay are collapsed casinos in Biloxi. Photographer: Gene Dailey, American Red Cross.
Evacuees – More than 94,100 evacuees are being sheltered.

Emergency Vehicles – Nearly 240 Red Cross Emergency Response Vehicles (ERVs) are now in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama, with additional ERVs en route to the affected area. The Red Cross is working to engage additional vehicles for food distribution to survivors.

Relief Workers – Thousands of Red Cross staff and volunteers across the country and from every part of the organization are working around the clock to serve the public need. More than 3,300 Red Crossers have left their families to serve in affected areas already, and the Red Cross is moving more than 600 additional workers into affected areas every day.

August 2005. Hurricane Katrina, Mississippi. In addition to losing their homes, many residents will temporarily or permanently lose their jobs as businesses are forced to close to rebuild or make extensive repairs. Photographer: Gene Dailey, American Red Cross.
Feeding – The Red Cross is working closely with several partners, including the Southern Baptist Convention, the Adventists and Second Harvest to provide emergency food to survivors and responders.

In coordination with the Southern Baptists, preparations are underway to serve nearly 500,000 hot meals each day.

More than 309,000 meals have been served in the last 24 hours.

Victims of Hurricane Katrina. Houston Astrodome, September 1, 2005. Photographer: Daniel Cima, American Red Cross.
Houston Astrodome Shelter – The Red Cross is supporting government officials in the relocation and sheltering of more than 25,000 hurricane survivors traveling over 300 miles from New Orleans to Houston.

Health & Preventative Care – The Red Cross is working with government and health services partners to develop health strategies and preventative measures to help the public and relief workers cope with the serious public health emergency. Note: Media is encouraged to contact their local Red Cross chapter to learn how it is responding to the disaster.

Victims of Hurricane Katrina. Houston Astrodome, September 1, 2005. Photographer: Daniel Cima, American Red Cross.
How to Help:

Due to the generosity of the American people, the American Red Cross stands ready to meet the monumental challenge of helping to rebuild lives.

Funds Received to Date: The American Red Cross estimates that, as of September 1, 2005, it has received $196.9 million in gifts and pledges for the hurricane relief effort.

To Donate: Call 1-800-HELP NOW or 1-800-257-7575 (Spanish). Contributions to the Disaster Relief Fund may be sent to your local American Red Cross chapter or to the American Red Cross, P. O. Box 37243, Washington, DC 20013. Internet users can make a secure online contribution by visiting http://www.redcross.org/donate/donate.html.

Victims of Hurricane Katrina. Houston Astrodome, September 1, 2005. Photographer: Daniel Cima, American Red Cross.
To Volunteer: Individuals interested in volunteering for the American Red Cross should contact their local Red Cross chapter.

Watch and Donate – NBC, CNBC and MSNBC will be broadcasting a commercial-free telethon, “A Concert for Hurricane Relief,” to benefit the American Red Cross on Friday night between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. (EDT) from Rockefeller Center in New York City. The show, hosted by Brian Williams and Matt Lauer and including the talents of Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Harry Connick Jr. and Wynton Marsalis, will help raise money by encouraging viewers to donate to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund by calling 1-800-HELP-NOW or making a secure online donation at www.redcross.org.

Victims of Hurricane Katrina. Houston Astrodome, September 1, 2005. Photographer: Daniel Cima, American Red Cross.
Get Prepared: It is now more important than ever that the public take steps to prepare themselves, their families, communities and workplaces for emergencies and disasters. The Red Cross responds to more than 70,000 disasters annually, including wildfires, tornadoes and single family house fires, with some type of disaster striking every 8 minutes in the United States. Make a plan, build a kit, and get trained in first aid and CPR.

Important Notes.

Disaster Assistance: All American Red Cross disaster assistance is free, made possible by voluntary donations of time and money from the American people. You can help the victims of this disaster and thousands of other disasters across the country each year by making a financial gift to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund, which enables the Red Cross to provide shelter, food, counseling and other assistance to those in need.

Victims of Hurricane Katrina. Houston Astrodome, September 1, 2005. Photographer: Daniel Cima, American Red Cross.
Situation Updates: This disaster relief operation is constantly changing. The Red Cross will update this document as often as feasible, but please note the date of last update when using facts or numbers in news stories.

Shelter Numbers: Shelter numbers fluctuate based on their location and the time of day.

Red Cross Mission: The American Red Cross, a humanitarian organization led by volunteers and guided by its Congressional Charter and the Fundamental Principles of the International Red Cross Movement, will provide relief to victims of disaster and help people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies.

Victims of Hurricane Katrina. Houston Astrodome, September 1, 2005. Photographer: Daniel Cima, American Red Cross.
About the American Red Cross: The American Red Cross is where people mobilize to help their neighbors—across the street, across the country, and across the world—in emergencies. Each year, in communities large and small, victims of some 70,000 disasters turn to neighbors familiar and new--the nearly one million volunteers and 35,000 employees of the Red Cross. Through almost 900 locally supported chapters, more than 15 million people gain the skills they need to prepare for and respond to emergencies in their homes, communities and world. Some four million people give blood—the gift of life—through the Red Cross, making it the largest supplier of blood and blood products in the United States. And the Red Cross helps thousands of U.S. service members separated from their families by military duty stay connected. As part of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, a global network of 181 national societies, the Red Cross helps restore hope and dignity to the world's most vulnerable people.
Victims of Hurricane Katrina. Houston Astrodome, September 1, 2005. Photographer: Daniel Cima, American Red Cross.
An average of 91 cents of every dollar the Red Cross spends is invested in humanitarian services and programs. The Red Cross is not a government agency; it relies on donations of time, money, and blood to do its work. Marsha J. Evans is the President and CEO of the American Red Cross.

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USA2017 has partnered with the American Red Cross thru Commission Junction Network to offer you a way to make a difference in this tragedy. Please note that neither Commission Junction nor USA2017 as a publisher will be compensated for funds raised through this initiative. Our participation is completely voluntary and commission-free. USA2017's efforts will combine with other Commission Junction publishers, and many people worldwide to make a measurable and meaningful difference.


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