Servpro has teamed up with American Red Cross, to aid disaster victims, after flooding in Fargo and tornados in Oklahoma leave destroyed and damaged homes.
In a few seconds, a disaster can change someone’s life forever. A tornado can ravage your house, but leave a neighbor’s untouched; the fury of flood waters may burst, overlowing river banks or breaking a levee that previously held steadfast against storms; a powerful earthquake can topple a home that has stood for more than 100 years, or more.
In a matter of seconds, you too have the ability to change someone’s life.
By making a donation to American Red Cross's Disaster Relief, you empower this non-profit to provide immediate assistance to those affected by disasters down the street, across the country and around the world.
The American Red Cross cannot do this without your help. Its Disaster Relief efforts not only support the costs associated with a disaster response for food, water and basic needs, but it also sustains year-round readiness and maintenance costs for fire and flood victims nationwide. Disaster Relief pays for the vehicle fleet, warehouses, Information Technology systems and volunteer training that must be maintained 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Please join SERVPRO® and our Servpro of Scarsdale / Mount Vernon in Westchester County 10583, in supporting the Red Cross. Consider a gift to American Red Cross Disaster Relief today by clicking on the link below; your support helps ensure that all Americans today are ready for the challenges of tomorrow.
SERVPRO®s around the U.S. are proudly partnering with the American Red Cross to ensure that communities are prepared before disasters strike and to support our neighbors in Oklahoma during this time of disaster. As 2nd responders, after the fire is out and the waters recede, we invite all of our Servpro of Scarsdale/Mount Vernon friends and family to join us in supporting the Red Cross. Please give this Memorial Day weekend, to assist businesses, schools, organizations and individuals that respond to disasters.
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