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With more hurricanes approaching the U.S. The Red Cross needs all the help it can get in relief efforts.

The American Red Cross is asking Central Ohio to help with the current nation’s relief efforts.

Hurricane Harvey has still left tens of thousands of Texans with broken homes, businesses, schools, etc. Now with Hurricane Irma, Florida is set to be the next state in line to need help picking up the pieces.

If you are interested, disaster relief volunteer orientations for new volunteers will be held every Thursday at 6 p.m. at the American Red Cross in Columbus, located at 995 East Broad St., in Columbus.

This year, more families throughout the country have found themselves standing outside their destroyed home and left wondering what to do next,” said Jordan Tetting, spokesperson for the American Red Cross Ohio Buckeye Region. “That’s when the Red Cross steps in. We’re looking for strong volunteers who can make a difference for their neighbors and provide help and comfort on one of the worst days of their life.

The Ohio Buckeye Region has sent 67 volunteers in the last week to Texas and Louisiana due to Harvey.


Source: WBNS

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