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Thanks to you, the Red Cross is empowering people to perform extraordinary acts in the face of unimaginable loss.
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Jax Icemen 9h
Get tickets for Friday's game at and 20% will be donated back to the for our fellow Floridians affected by Hurricane Michael. Story:
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North Florida 10h
Hurricane Michael left a vast path of destruction behind. Approximately 1,400 people are still in shelters across Florida. Red Cross emergency vehicles provided hot meals, water and snacks to people in impacted areas.
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North Florida Oct 15
The ERV teams traveled to affected communities delivering hot meals, bottled water, and snacks. As families picked up their hot meals, they expressed their gratitude for having one less thing to worry about in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael.
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North Florida Oct 14
Originally from Louisiana, Ms. Pam has experienced her fair share of hurricanes in her lifetime. Now a resident of Panama City, Pam is once again dealing with the effects of a hurricane on both her residence and her family.
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North Florida Oct 13
Points of Distribution are available by FEMA to pick up emergency supplies of food and water. Please visit to find locations.
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North Florida Oct 13
Volunteer Ed Dienst from Skaneateles, NY helps load comfort kits into a van headed over to a nearby shelter.
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North Florida Oct 13
Replying to @RealDeniseWalsh
We have a shelter open at Roulhac Middle School, 1535 Brickyard Rd, Chipley, FL 32428. Anyone in need of assistance is welcome.
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North Florida Oct 13
Replying to @kristinmmurray
We do! Our emergency app includes weather alerts, safety info and a feature to let your loved ones know you're safe after an emergency. Visit your app store and search red cross emergency.
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North Florida Oct 13
Replying to @Dirks_Trey @fema
The Red Cross has a shelter open at Marianna High School, 3546 Caverns Rd., Marianna, FL 32446. Anyone in need of assistance is welcome.
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North Florida Oct 13
Replying to @Dirks_Trey @WFSUNews
The Red Cross has a shelter open at Marianna High School, 3546 Caverns Rd., Marianna, FL 32446. Anyone in need of assistance is welcome.
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North Florida Oct 13
As of this morning, 574 Red Cross volunteers have traveled to help our neighbors in the Panhandle. Thanks for the support from across the country!
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WorldCentralKitchen Oct 12
This was the road up to Marianna, Florida today where we dropped meals at the shelter. The good news is crews are out working to clean downed trees and electrical poles!
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José Andrés Oct 12
WCK supporting evacuee shelters in Florida with hot meals today! We are now delivering to shelters in Bay County and Jackson County.... Mango BBQ chicken for lunch 👨‍🍳👩‍🍳
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North Florida Oct 13
FEMA assistance to individuals and households is available to residents of Bay, Franklin, Gulf, Taylor, and Wakulla counties. Additional designations may be made at a later date if requested by the state and warranted by the results of further damage assessments.
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North Florida Oct 11
"I'm sure I'll come back a changed person," says Gary Ellis. He is leaving today for his first deployment to Marianna, FL. He will take care of people impacted by Hurricane .
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North Florida Oct 10
Red Cross volunteers spent the day preparing to help after the storm passes.
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North Florida Oct 10
Now that has passed, remember to be careful when returning home. Do not use water that could be contaminated to wash dishes, brush teeth, prepare food, wash hands, make ice or make baby formula. Also, watch animals closely and keep them under your direct control.
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North Florida Oct 10
After a disaster, letting your family and friends know that you are safe and well can bring your loved ones great peace of mind. The Safe and Well website is designed to help make that communication easier.
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North Florida Oct 10
Please take this very seriously! The winds are extremely dangerous. Seek safe shelter immediately.
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Second Harvest BB Oct 9
With posing a serious threat to our community, is ready to assist the , , and its 135 partner agencies throughout the 11 North counties we serve. (1/3)
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