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Help Now Help Locally With Disaster Needs In Pulaski Co.

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Help the New River Valley American Red Cross respond to community needs caused in Pulaski County by the tornadoes. Click on the DONATE tab and help now. Send it to five of your friends to help too. This chapter IS the local American Red Cross that officially serves Pulaski County.

If you want to send a gift to the local chapter via check instead or take it to their office, here is the office address. Questions? Call 639-2140 for the Red Cross. 

            American Red Cross - Greater New River Valley Chapter, 616-A West Main Street, Radford VA  24141

 If you would like to serve as a disaster volunteer, sign-up as one on the homepage after you've registered as a VolunteerNRV user. This provides organizations like your LOCAL American Red Cross, LOCAL United Way, and others with information about people willing to serve following a disaster - whether it's this natural disaster caused by the tornadoes in Pulaski - or another one in our community's future.  Signing up here also allows these organizations -and others - to keep you posted on what's happening and where needs in our community are, disaster-related and normal, daily ones.

If you have questions about Click & Give, call the United Way of Montgomery, Radford & Floyd office at 381-2066.

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