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American Red Cross Oct 13
Replying to @effiedog
Friday night, more than 2,100 people stayed in as many as 32 Red Cross and community evacuation centers across Florida, Georgia and Alabama. We have served 66,400 meals and snacks and are working with partners to start serving hot meals each day.
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American Red Cross Oct 13
has caused untold devastation along the Gulf Coast. We have pre-positioned enough shelter supplies, including cots and blankets, to be able to support some 15,000 people. To find a shelter location in your area, visit ➡️
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American Red Cross Oct 13
In some villages, not a single home remains after back-to-back disasters on the islands of and . Sydney spent a month supporting earthquake relief efforts in . Read about her experience, in her own words⬇
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American Red Cross Oct 12
Replying to @aainme
If they need shelter, please refer them to . They can also stop in to their nearest shelter just for information and support. Hoping they are safe and sound.
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American Red Cross Oct 12
Replying to @cancer52
Thanks, Josephine!
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American Red Cross Oct 12
Replying to @MoodyBrew
Actually, after a big disaster, an average of 91 cents is spent on shelter, food, relief items, health and emotional support, and financial assistance.
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American Red Cross Oct 12
Replying to @SeanZupko
Hi Sean, after a big disaster, an average of 91 cents is spent on shelter, food, relief items, health and emotional support, and financial assistance, as well as the logistics and support needed for our volunteers to help people after disasters. The Red Cross honors donor intent.
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American Red Cross Oct 12
Replying to @NotNormalIndstr
Currently the Red Cross Emergency App does not have SOS capabilities. Please be on the lookout future updates.
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American Red Cross Oct 12
Last night, almost 2,900 people stayed in as many as 37 Red Cross and community evacuation centers across , and due to . We mobilized more than 1,000 trained disaster workers to support relief efforts. Here’s how to help➡️
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American Red Cross Oct 12
Replying to @WalmartInc
We appreciate Walmart's support as we work to help people impacted by Hurricane Michael by providing food, shelter and care. Thank you for being a great partner.
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American Red Cross Oct 12
Replying to @FlKelvin77
Thursday night, almost 2,900 people stayed in as many as 37 Red Cross and community evacuation centers across Florida, Georgia and Alabama. We’re working with partners to start serving tens of thousands of hot meals each day:
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American Red Cross Oct 12
Replying to @RedPillPundit_
We've raised $522.7 million to help Harvey survivors. Today, we've spent or made commitments to spend 77% of these funds on emergency relief & recovery assistance. The remaining funds will be used to support individuals & families needing additional help:
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American Red Cross Oct 12
Replying to @loser_froot
Please know the Red Cross, like all blood centers, must follow FDA eligibility requirements. Learn more:
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American Red Cross Oct 12
We hope they are safe. Find the closest shelters by calling 1-800-REDCROSS (1-800-733-2767), visiting or by downloading the Red Cross Emergency App, it's available in app stores by searching for the American Red Cross or going to
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American Red Cross Oct 12
Replying to @Jade10122
Thanks for asking Esther. To help people affected by Hurricane Michael, please text MICHAEL to 90999 to donate $10. Thank you for your generosity!
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American Red Cross Oct 12
Did you know that disasters like and affect our nation's blood supply? To help meet patient needs, we are asking those eligible to give blood. Make an appt now:
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American Red Cross Oct 11
Replying to @Momboss84
Wednesday night, approximately 7,800 people stayed in as many as 95 Red Cross and community evacuation centers across Florida, Georgia and Alabama. Learn more about our efforts here: ..
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American Red Cross Oct 11
Replying to @WolviesWifey
Hi Christina, we work closely with local community groups and organizations that do accept these types of donations. We suggest visiting to get connected. Thank you for your willingness to help.
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American Red Cross Oct 11
We are working closely with our partners on the ground in , and to help those impacted by .
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American Red Cross Oct 11
Replying to @bcasturo
Hi Brandon, please know the Red Cross, like all blood centers, must follow FDA eligibility requirements. Learn more:
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