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INTERNATIONAL SERVICES MONTHLY ACTIVITY UPDATE October 2020
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Red Cross Helping as Hurricane Laura Ravages Gulf Coast States
August 27, 2020 Hurricane Laura is bringing life-threatening and devastating damage to the Gulf Coast and areas far inland. The American Red Cross is supporting local officials and community response plans, which are focused on providing shelter, food and comfort to those in need. The threat from this dangerous storm is not over. Through Friday, … Continue reading "Red Cross Helping as Hurricane Laura Ravages Gulf Coast States"