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Hawaii Volunteers Deploy in Response to the California Mudslides

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2 Hawaii workers deployed to assist with the Red Cross response to the California Mudslides

Two Hawaii Red Cross workers have deployed to assist with the Red Cross response to the California mudslides.  One is from Maui and the other is from Oahu.  Both will assist in the coordination of workers for this response effort. 

The heavy rains have stopped in California but the risk of additional mudslides still exists where wildfires scorched thousands of acres. The mudslides destroyed as many as 100 homes and damaged about 300 more. 

The American Red Cross is on the ground, providing safe shelter and other services for people impacted by the disaster and has information people should follow to remain safe.  Overnight, almost 30 people stayed in 3 Red Cross shelters. Trained Red Cross disaster workers are also providing health and mental health services.


 About the American Red Cross

The Red Cross is not a government agency and depends on public contributions to help others. All Red Cross assistance to disaster victims is free. Your gift supports the lifesaving mission of the American Red Cross in your community, across the country and around the world.  To send a contribution, mail your check to: 

American Red Cross of Hawaii

4155 Diamond Head Road

Honolulu, HI  96816

Make a secure online donation at or call: (808) 739-8109.