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This phenomenal organization gathers the instant a crisis erupts and disperses aid, money, food, drinking water, medical supplies and shelter wherever in the world it is needed. Youngevity Be The Change’s initial donation, as a foundation, actually occurred four days after receiving the very first funds from the generous hearts of our distributors during our 2013 National Convention. Within the hour of learning about the tornado’s that struck Oklahoma, Youngevity Be The Change contributed all of the funds donated, along with a matching donation from Youngevity International, and was able to send the American Red Cross $5,000 to make a difference in this community. We have joined with them since, and look forward to responding kindly when the need arises in the future.

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Red Cross News Release

September 27, 2017

More than two weeks after Hurricane Irma devastated parts of Florida, the American Red Cross and a large team of partners continue to work around the clock to provide shelter, food and comfort to people whose lives have been turned upside down. Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, and the American Red Cross is working around the clock on a multi-island relief effort in coordination with government officials and disaster partners to help the hundreds of thousands of people suffering.

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September 21, 2017. Key West , Florida.
American Red Cross volunteers prepare to distribute hot meals for lunch distribution across the Florida Keys.
Photo by Marko Kokic for The American Red Cross

September 22, 2017. Big Pine Key, Florida.
Red Cross base camp for relief workers under construction, Big Pine Key, Florida. The tent camp will house up to 80 Red Cross relief workers for up to six months. The camp comes from the Danish Red Cross Emergency Response Unit and deploys around the world to major disasters.
Photo by Marko Kokic for The American Red Cross

September 14, 2017. Red Cross shelter, Miami-Dade County Fairgrounds, Miami, Florida.
Red Cross volunteer Naiomi Jean, hands out diapers and other supplies to hurricane evacuee Krystal, who’s sitting next to her son Johan, 9. Krystal’s expecting a baby that’s due September 17. Undone by the storm, Krystal is starting over preparations for the newborn but says she “wants to cry every day because I know I can’t bring my baby home.”
Photo by Marko Kokic for The American Red Cross

September 25, 2017. San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Red Cross relief workers work by flashlight as they plan for relief supply distribution in Puerto Rico. Red Cross disaster responders from the American Red Cross are joined in Puerto Rico by Red Cross specialists from Colombia, Costa Rica, Honduras, Mexico, Spain, and Finland.
Photo by Marko Kokic for The American Red Cross