WhiteFence Provides First Step for Hurricane Katrina Refugees and Evacuees to Stay in Contact with Relatives and Loved Ones

Share Article

In response to the postal services' arrangements to get mail to evacuees from Hurricane Katrina, WhiteFence has added a "Katrina Center" center at http://www.WhiteFence.com which allows refugees and evacuees of Katrina the ability to change their address in minutes. The service is free.

Postal Officials are urging the evacuees to file change-of-address cards listing their shelter's address. The plan could help reunite family members sent to shelters in various cities.

WhiteFence also offers free online set-up for electricity, local phone, cable other household services to persons relocating to new residences, easing the entire moving process during this trying time.

Throughout September, WhiteFence will donate $5.00 for each of the following services purchased products through WhiteFence.com:

About WhiteFence

WhiteFence is the leading online one-stop shop for consumers looking for telephone, cable, satellite, electricity, Internet access, banking, insurance, and other home and move-related services. The WhiteFence network of websites has enabled more than 1.5 million moving and switching consumers to purchase multiple services from multiple providers through a single simple-to-use platform - 100% electronically.

For more information, please visit http://www.WhiteFence.com .

Public Relations Contact

Karl Trollinger

713.663.0154 Tel

713.839.0165 Fax


# # #

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Karl Trollinger
Visit website