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Family Index 10-02-05:
Hurricane Katrina, Rita, and Wilma information will share the same space here. Charities are still needing donations for all hurricanes, but when donating for a specify hurricane specify which hurricane on the check or credit card payment. A lot of charities cannot transfer funds from one disaster fund to another.
http://norajean.com/Blog/?cat=8 Is my Katrina Blog
http://norajean.com/Blog/?cat=9 Is my Rita Blog
http://norajean.com/Blog/?cat=17 is my Wilma Blog
09/25/05: After Hurricane Rita - A couple of thoughts
Hurricane Katrina Index - Updated 09/23/05
Katrina Survivors, updated 09/23/05 -links to where you can post to look for survivors. Hurricane RITA Survivor link added. Will add more as I find them.
Charity Links updated 09/09/05
Katrina Housing - updated 09/06/05 - Links to where evacuees are invited into the homes of fellow Americans.
https://disasterhelp.gov/portal/jhtml/index.jhtml Governmental agency for Disaster Help
There’s a Goverment Guide regarding Hurricane Katrina. Connie, one of the COCModSquad sent it to me. Thanks Connie.
Hurricane Katrina From Wikipedia Information overview. Where viewers edit the information. Check often for updates.
http://www.hsvcity.com Hurricane evacuees in Huntsville have a new tool to help match needs with sources of assistance. A who's who of local government and volunteer organizations held a news conference Wednesday to announce a one-stop city Web site for hurricane-related help, general information about the community, and ways residents can help.
http://hurricanekatrinainformation.com/ This website provides information for persons affected by Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana. Current emergency phone numbers and websites are listed for those seeking information or relief. Follow the menu links below.
http://www.dol.gov 1-866-4-USA-DOL, Department of Labor, even if you were self employed you can get aid if your livelihood was effected by the hurricane.
FOUND ALIVE 09/04/05Sister and Brother in Law from Picayune, MI
Picayune Update: updated 09/05/05, Information found on various forums
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