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  • Domestic Disaster Relief Fund Appeal

    The recent severe storms and flooding have created massive destruction in seven states from the Southwest to the Midwest to the East. More than 20 people have been killed and many more are missing. Dozens of counties have been declared disaster areas and thousands of people have been displaced from their homes.

    The Society of St. Vincent de Paul will be providing some first-response services, and will continue its primary role of long-term recovery efforts. Immediate needs include assistance with temporary housing, prescription medications, gasoline, childcare and other medical needs. Long-term recovery efforts will include the House in the Box® and case management services to help families and individuals recover from these disasters.

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  • International Disasters

    A devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal, just a few miles away from capital Kathmandu.  The earthquake flattened parts of the country and triggered avalanches in the Himalayas.  Thousands of deaths have been reported thus far, with many more casualties feared under the rubble.  Tens of thousands more people have been injured and displaced.

    The International Council of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul (CGI) in Paris has requested our assistance to raise funds for two international disasters: the earthquake in Nepal and the island of Vanuatu, which suffered the impact of Category 5 Tropical Cyclone PAM, which destroyed much of the country’s agricultural industry.

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