The Oscar-winning actress made a sizeable donation of $1 million to the Red Cross relief effort, now working to help the thousands of victims who have been injured and displaced by the tragic flooding.
"I apologize in advance for any grammar or words that are misinterpreted through my phone", Agee said in an email. "We're making sure we have food at the shelters, we have mental health capacity, health services to take care of some of the minor medical needs they have", Salemme said.
Actress Sandra Bullock has joined a long list of celebrities, athletes and business leaders pledging to help Houston recover from the devastating floods caused by Tropical Storm Harvey. "It's been a tragic weekend, and unfortunately, the worst is yet to come". Rain continues to fall, thousands of people have already been forced to abandon their homes, leaving everything they own behind. As of early Wednesday morning, 19 people were confirmed dead as a result of the storm.
Across the USA, more than 40 Red Cross emergency response vehicles have been activated, with more on alert, and Red Cross workers are collaborating with government officials and community partners in Texas and Louisiana to help coordinate response efforts. "This campaign will enable the Red Cross to aid in the recovery of those impacted by Hurricane Harvey". That said, relief agencies will need money beyond first few days or even weeks, so if the ease of text donations appeals to you, tap away.
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"We want to mobilize people as quickly as possible", Dugaw says.
There's no shortage of media reports listing which groups are taking donations, often with scant guidance about what kinds of relief these organizations can offer. "It helps us get volunteers down there".
Disaster relief efforts in the region align with Boeing´s ongoing commitment to the communities where the company has a presence.
Scott Salemme, CEO of the Greater Chesapeake Region Red Cross, said the disaster from what was Hurricane Harvey is comparable to Hurricane Katrina.