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Responding to Historical Floods in Colorado

In the past two days, Red Cross workers in Colorado have been responding to devastating flooding that has caused widespread damage and evacuations for thousands of people. Red Crossers from many other locations in the country have also traveled to Colorado to help with the relief effort, which involves sheltering, providing meals and water to affected communities, clean up supplies, and more. It’s during times like these that we are extremely proud to be a part of this humanitarian network, working closely with our partners and the community itself to respond to the worst of what Mother Nature throws at us.

To see the latest updates from the effort, you can follow the posts on Twitter:


One Response to “Responding to Historical Floods in Colorado”

  1. Looking for my cousins David Soto
    and Elizabeth Soto Parber

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