When floods strike, your donation helps the Red Cross provide shelter, food and comfort to families.
After floodwaters destroyed thousands of homes, the Red Cross continues to support thousands of people beginning to rebuild their lives.
The flooding in Louisiana is likely the worst natural disaster in the United States since 2012’s Superstorm Sandy.
In the face of so much loss, more than 4,400 Red Cross workers—over 90 percent volunteers—have mounted a massive response. And our work continues today.
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Floods are among the most frequent and costly natural disasters.Your support helps those impacted by flooding in so many ways
Recent Flood Relief Efforts
West Virginia Floods - 2016
In late June devastating floods hit West Virginia, covering a large portion of the state.
Houston & Gulf Coast Floods - 2016
Over the last year, the American Red Cross has helped tens of thousands of people across Texas impacted by relentless severe weather, flooding and tornadoes in more than 130 counties—many of which were struck multiple times.
Louisiana Floods - Spring 2016
As many as 12,000 people were impacted by the flooding across the state with hundreds of residences either destroyed or receiving major damage.
South Carolina Floods - 2015
In October 2015, unprecedented flooding struck South Carolina. As residents continue to clean up after recent devastating flooding, the American Red Cross is working alongside community partners to provide help and support throughout the affected communities.