It's tragic, and the first thing that people do instead of balling up and crying, is they come out and help.
"Mayo Clinic has a long history of responding in times of crisis", says John Noseworthy, M.D., president and CEO, Mayo Clinic. "There are human beings in eight feet of water", the actress said, according to People Magazine.
On Friday, Hartford insurance giant Travelers committed $500,000 to Harvey relief efforts, with funds going to the American Red Cross and two other disaster relief organizations: Team Rubicon and All Hands Volunteers.
"The last time Louisiana had the same situation, the Knights of Columbus, we connected with those guys and sent over a whole trailer", Ybarra said. "We can get them trained up".
"Finished 30 years of practice here in Spokane with Group Health and that was just before Katrina, so I had retired, was available", said Kearney. Proceeds will go to the American Red Cross disaster relief effort. Because, you know, it's not like people are dying; or being displaced; or just generally suffering. Volunteering with the Red Cross was a step inspired by her grandmother and the trip is something Charla couldn't do without a little help. "Our donors should be proud of how their donations are being used to help save lives and support people during some of their darkest days imaginable".
They also estimate 33,800 people sought refuge in more than 240 Red Cross and partner shelters across Texas Wednesday night. But she says there's a lot of work to be done.
Amazon and Whole Foods are matching up to US$1mil (RM4.27mil) in donations made through the e-commerce site to the American Red Cross.
Texas-born, pop music icon Beyonce has promised to assist as many Harvey victims as possible. Let Sandra Bullock serve as an example to us all and inspire us all to have bigger hearts and more caring thoughts.