Disaster Relief Organizations Seek Donations for Hurricane Victims
August 30, 2005— Hurricane Katrina is now the worst natural disaster in US history. With thousands of people homeless and many more without food, water and electricity, disaster relief organizations are seeking donations to assist them in their efforts to care for victims.
Infraspection Institute and IRINFO.ORG invite everyone to join us in making a cash or labor donation to one of the disaster relief organizations listed at the end of this article.
With many relatives, friends and colleagues in the region, this disaster affects us closely. Please join us in praying for the health and safety of everyone who lives and works in the affected areas for a speedy return to normal.
Donate cash to:
American Red Cross
1-800-HELP NOW (435-7669) English
America’s Second Harvest
Donate Cash to and Volunteer with:
Adventist Community Services
Catholic Charities, USA
Christian Disaster Response
Christian Reformed World Relief Committee
Church World Service
Convoy of Hope
Lutheran Disaster Response
Mennonite Disaster Service
Nazarene Disaster Response
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance
Southern Baptist Convention — Disaster Relief
1-800-462-8657, ext. 6440
United Methodist Committee on Relief
United Jewish Communities
For further information: visit the website for the National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (NVOAD) at: http://www.nvoad.org/.
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