American Red Cross Mile High Chapter
When seeing how many people have been affected by the tornado in Oklahoma, it’s obvious that help will be needed for quite some time, but there is a process to providing that help.
Two members of the American Red Cross Mile High Chapter are helping out after the deadly tornadoes in the Midwest.
Four volunteers from the Mile High Red Cross chapter in Denver are on their way to New Mexico to help with the massive wildfire burning in Los Alamos.
Red Cross workers from Denver are heading to Montana to help with flooding in that state. In central Montana, the Musselshell River broke through several levees on Thursday, causing major flooding in the town of Roundup.
The Red Cross Mile High Chapter was preparing for the worst on Saturday.
Four people from the American Red Cross Mile High Chapter are on their way to tornado-ravaged areas. Three volunteers and one staff person will deploy to Alabama by Friday morning.