Disaster assistance for victims. How to get help. Finding loved ones. Health and safety information. Where to contribute. Volunteer opportunities but not right now.
Seeking donations for pet supplies to assist animal victims.
Web design and computer consultant provides her website to assist storm victims. Includes help with locating relatives, missing persons, and relief links.
Seeking individuals will to foster horses, haul horses, and supply emergency needs to hurricane victims.
Be wary. Internet opportunists are already trying to cash in on public sympathy for Katrina's victims.
Here's how to help victims of Katrina. Avoid being scammed. How to be sure your contributions go where you intend.
Links to websites and resources recommended by disaster officials.
James Lee Witt, director of FEMA 1993-2001, will represent Louisiana in dealing with recovery from Katrina. Article describes situation and what will be required. <The Pensacola News Journal>
Established by former presidents Bush and Clinton, this charitable fund collects cash and in-kind donations and work with the governors of the affected states to coordinate both the short and long term relief efforts.
Features news and links to activities in Austin, Texas, that are meant to help the survivors of Hurricane Katrina.