Animal rescue news. Opportunity to donate or volunteer. Evacuation of and temporary shelters for animals.
Online donation site for AFL-CIO charity for working families and communities affected by Hurricane Katrina.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advice on illness, injury, food and water safety, animal and insect hazards, and mental health.
Storm survivors are particularly vulnerable due to flood conditions, damaged sanitation and water treatment systems, and public shelter situations. The Red Cross offeres safety advice.
The FCC issued an easy phone number 800-RED-CROSS to the american Red Cross.
Concentrating on news, advice, and resources for disabled people and their families in the affected areas.
Directory of hurricane news, relief and aid agencies, blogs, helpline numbers, help needed and offered, health and safety information, relocation advice and ham radio resources.
Central clearinghouse for corporations, organizations, and individuals to donate much needed money, equipment, goods, services, volunteers, and time to the hundreds of thousands of Mississippians who are recovering from the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. Established by Mississippi Governor.
The Louisiana Homeland Security Department asked the American Red Cross not to come back into New Orleans following the hurricane. The Red Cross explains.
Many web sites claiming to offer help to victims of Hurricane Katrina are suspicious. How to protect yourself.