Hurricane Katrina Victims Need Your Help

Hurricane Katrina, possibly the most horrific natural disaster to strike the U.S. has devastated the communities on the Gulf Coast of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.



An estimated 80 percent of New Orleans is under water, deaths may number into the thousands, possibly 3 million people without electricity, and possibly 5 million people affected!



Our neighbors struck by this powerful and deadly storm need our help.



These organizations with others will be working hard to provide shelter, food, water, blankets, clothing and other assistance to those who have lost everything.



Your goodwill will help individuals and families surviving the storm make it through the aftermath and begin what will be a long and painful recovery from this unprecedented disaster.



HONDURAN KATRINA EMERGENCY FUND

Honduran Consulate

1528 K St., N.W., 2nd Floor

Washington, DC 20008



Send checks or money orders (made payable to Embassy of Honduras) to:

Embassy of Honduras

3007 Tilden Street, N.W., Suite 4-M

Washington, DC 20008 -- For more information, call 1-800-261-4070



MEXICAN CONSULATES

Mexican Consulate

2600 Apple Valley Road

Atlanta, GA 30319

(404) 625-1706 (24 hours)

www.consulmexatlanta.org



Mexican Consulate

4506 Caroline Street

Houston, TX

(713) 778-6112

www.sre.gob.mx/houston



AMERICAN RED CROSS

Donation Line (Spanish): 1-800-257-7575

Spanish-language website: www.cruzrojaamericana.org



Bilingual Volunteers:

The American Red Cross will be seeking bilingual volunteers within the next 48 hours to help man call-in centers. Please check NCLR's website, http://www.nclr.org>www.nclr.org, for updates.



HOUSTON RELIEF EFFORTS

Association for the Advancement of Mexican Americans (AAMA)

6001 Gulf Freeway, B-1

Houston, TX 77023

(713) 926-4756



Tejano Center for Community Concerns (TCCC)

2950 Broadway

Houston, TX 77017

(713) 644-2340



MEMPHIS RELIEF EFFORTS

Latino Memphis

4045 American Way Blvd.

Memphis, TN 38118

(901) 366-5882









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