What You Can Do 


This list has been provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency in response to the destruction caused by Hurricane Katrina in the Gulf Coast. The groups and their phone numbers are set up solely for cash donations and volunteers: Donate Cash: American Red Cross 1-800-HELP NOW (435-7669) English, 1-800-257-7575 Spanish America's Second Harvest 1-800-344-8070 Donate Cash and Volunteer: Adventist Community Services 1-800-381-7171 Catholic Charities, USA 703 549-1390 Christian Disaster Response 941-956-5183 or 941-551-9554 Christian Reformed World Relief Committee 1-800-848-5818 Church World Service 1-800-297-1516 Convoy of Hope 417-823-8998 Corporation for National and Community Service Disaster Relief Fund 202-606-6718 Lutheran Disaster Response 800-638-3522 Mennonite Disaster Service 717-859-2210 Nazarene Disaster Response 888-256-5886 Presbyterian Disaster Assistance 800-872-3283 Salvation Army 1-800-SAL-ARMY (725-2769) Southern Baptist Convention -- Disaster Relief 1-800-462-8657, ext. 6440 United Methodist Committee on Relief 1-800-554-8583

A disaster relief fund-raiser will be held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, September 11, at the St. Anselm Catholic Church (corner of Arlington and 70th Street). The event, featuring musicians, poets and artists, will accept donations for the American Red Cross.

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