Stand together American Red Cross
Senior Vice President, Disaster Cycle Services 
Richard Reed

Sincerely, 

Thank you for helping families affected by disasters. 

Our hearts and prayers go out to the families impacted by the incredible damage. If you or a loved one need assistance, please don’t hesitate to reach out

I hate to say it, but it isn’t over yet – the National Weather Service warns that the threat of severe weather continues from Texas to the Great Lakes. Be sure that you and your loved ones are prepared and stay safe.

The Red Cross is there for families in need and you can make a difference. We will be opening up additional shelters and delivering thousands of meals and water in the coming hours, days and possibly weeks ahead. But we can't do any of this without the generosity of individuals like you. You can help people affected by disasters like tornadoes, floods and other crises by making a donation to support American Red Cross Disaster Relief.

The damage is profound, widespread and the full impact still has yet to be realized. Red Cross disaster relief workers are on the ground as I write this, providing urgently needed assistance including food, water, shelter, clean-up supplies and emotional support to those who were affected. And we need your help.

Yesterday the severe weather that has been ravaging the United States throughout the Spring took a turn for the worse and brought heartbreaking devastation across the Midwest and the South, including Oklahoma, North Dakota, Tennessee, and Iowa.