ALPHARETTA, Ga. (PRWEB) January 17, 2023
As the heavy rainfall in parts of California continues to create dangerous and deadly conditions, global non-profit Relief Responders is working to get their crews on the ground to start helping survivors. Tens of thousands of people are still under evacuation orders across the state, and the destructive storms are now blamed for killing at least 17 people in recent weeks.
“The people of California need help, not just in the short-term, but for years to come,” said Executive Director Prudence McMichael. “At Relief Responders we promote long-term community resilience, health, and well-being for disaster survivors across the country and around the world.”
Headquartered in Alpharetta, Georgia but working both domestically and internationally, the nonprofit recently launched a gofundme campaign to support its Hurricane Project, which provides financial assistance for those impacted by severe storms. Right now, their goal is to raise $20,000, some of which will also go toward providing water, clothing, and other supplies to victims of the California storms.
In addition to the Hurricane Project, Relief Responders also works with survivors of other types of disasters, including earthquakes, wildfires, landslides, and hydrological emergencies.
Prudence McMichael and Carson Stevens are available for remote or in-person interviews to talk about the Relief Responders mission, their planned effort in California, and other projects happening around the world.
For media inquiries, contact Prudence McMichael at 678.940.5975, or email@example.com. Visit reliefresponders.org for more information and click here to donate.