Sunday, May 1, 2011

Red Cross Responds to Unspeakable Tornado Destruction Across Alabama

Words are not adequate to describe what the people of Alabama endured when Mother Nature unleashed her fury on April 27, 2011. The American Red Cross has fanned out across this state, and many others, doing everything possible to help. Hot meals and safe shelters are open and mental health counselors are out in droves due to the unimaginable number of people grieving. You can cut the heartbreak with a knife. That's why we need your help. Go to or text REDCROSS to 90999 to make a gift.

Storm victims need all of us to help right now so thank you in advance for caring about your neighbors near and far.

Video produced by Anita Foster, American Red Cross, Dallas, Texas on assignment in Phil Campbell and Hackleburg, Alabama

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