Pittsburgh Responds To Winter Storms URI & Viola
Brother’s Brother Foundation (BBF) is working with the Coastal Bend Food Bank in Corpus Christi, the South Texas Food Bank in Laredo, and the Salvation Army of Beaumont, to provide support for families affected by Winter Storms Uri & Viola in South Texas.
These storms unleashed snow, ice, along with below-freezing temperatures, resulting in the loss of power to over 4 million people. The assistance will provide food, water, shelter and utility support to the affected communities. BBF is continuing to evaluate the situation on the ground and will provide additional assistance as appropriate.
Brother’s Brother Foundation is committed to continuing our responses to assist those impacted by disasters both here at home and around the world. 100% of funds received for BBF’s response to disasters will be used to support emergency relief and logistics to the affected areas. Your donations and support are greatly appreciated.
Credit card donations can be made at www.brothersbrother.org. Checks should be made payable to Brother’s Brother Foundation and sent to the address below.
Please note US Disaster Relief in the memo field. Thank you!
Brother’s Brother Foundation
P.O. Box 645934
Pittsburgh, PA 15264-5257
For additional information about this press release, please contact Liam Carstens, Director BBF Programs, at 412-237-2325. For other media inquiries, please contact Laura Kelly, VP of Global Partnerships & Development at 703-865-9001.
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