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     Robert J. Cabral
     Agricultural Center
     2101 E. Earhart Avenue,
     Suite 300
     Stockton, CA 95206
     209-953-6200 Phone
     209-953-6268 Fax

DIRECTOR OF
EMERGENCY OPERATIONS

         Michael R. Cockrell

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How you can help in a disaster A graphic displaying a fire fighter and an Engine
When a disaster strikes, people want to help.
But the wrong kind of help can be as bad as the disaster. Donated items that are not requested can take up space needed for emergency supplies, money collected by well meaning folks may not make it to the intended victims.
How to Help: Raise Money for Established Relief Agencies
Give generously to those agencies providing assistance to the disaster victims. Money helps by allowing the agencies to provide the needed assistance without the difficulties in shipping donated goods. By following the guidelines for donations and volunteering, you can make a difference.
How to Help: Volunteer for a relief agency, below is a listing of some of the agencies that need volunteers to serve disaster victims in you community.
American Red Cross- created for younger surfers curious about the American Red Cross, what they do, and why it matters.

National Voluntary Organization Active in Disaster- is a partnership in disaster response. The organization was founded in the simple belief that the
time to prepare for the next disaster is now.

Volunteer Connection- non-profit agency matching businesses, organizations, individuals who need help or offering to help.

Salvation Army - non-profit agency helping feed and comfort victims of emergencies such as house fires, floods, earthquakes.

InterAction is the nation's largest coalition of relief, development and refugee agencies. Our over 160 member organizations have
headquarters in 24 states, and millions of supporters nationwide.

 

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