American Red Cross

Maria Garza visits her grandfather Jose Garza’s home after it was damaged by #flood waters. The Colorado River rose to astronomical levels in La Grange, #Texas, on August 28, filling his house with more than 5 feet of water. Looking at the damage, Maria held back tears, saying, “He has been here for a long time now. We didn’t even imagine it could be like this. Many of my family members lost everything. When I look at my grandfather’s house it hasn’t even hit me yet. I can’t image what he is feeling.” 📸 by Chuck Haupt for the American Red Cross #HurricaneHarvey

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Maria Garza visits her grandfather Jose Garza’s home after it was damaged by #flood waters. The Colorado River rose to astronomical levels in La Grange, #Texas, on August 28, filling his house with more than 5 feet of water. Looking at the damage, Maria held back tears, saying, “He has been here for a long time now. We didn’t even imagine it could be like this. Many of my family members lost everything. When I look at my grandfather’s house it hasn’t even hit me yet. I can’t image what he is feeling.” 📸 by Chuck Haupt for the American Red Cross #HurricaneHarvey

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Rebeca Z. Cole

Why an average? It should be the whole dollar or 99 cents. Your CEO makes about 500,000 thousand a year. Why?

Mind.Woke

,BOYCOTT REDCROSS

Mind.Woke

@americanredcross scammers , organ harvesters

Darth Vader

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amandaprocaccio

I'm an LPN from Pennsylvania and wondering how I can give my services to help down there. On the website it's not that clear on how to apply I was wondering is someone could message me!

American Red Cross

@lisamarie117 Hi Lisa, an average of 91 cents of every dollar the Red Cross spends is invested in our humanitarian services. We actually have our IRS 990 form posted on our website at redcross.org. You can also find more info on the Charity Navigator website, a third party watch dog on nonprofits.

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