Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Giving Help to the Survivors of "America's Tsunami"

As of Monday, at least 12,200 people were in shelters across the southern portion of the state [Mississippi], said MEMA public information officer Mick Bullock. He noted that number was expected to rise as more people are rescued from their flooded homes.

CNN link

Beth and I gave something to assist the survivors of Katrina in what the mayor of Biloxi is calling "America's Tsunami" and we wish to ask readers of emergesque to consider giving as well.

Links gathered from Fox News and MSNBC:

photo by john hay

1 comment:

Steve K. said...

Here are a couple interesting links to charities which bloggers are supporting:

Of course there's always:
Samaritan's Purse - http://www.samaritanspurse.org/


Billy Graham Evangelistic Association -
Read about the BGEA response here:

Donate to BGEA's World Emergency Fund for Hurricane Katrina Response here:

Steve K.