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Flood Cleanup



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In this March 19 photo, the banks of Morita Reservoir in Kilauea, Kaua'i reveal the aftermath of heavy rains. Five days earlier, the upstream failure of Kaloko Reservoir unloosed a destructive flood of an estimated 420 million gallons of water, killing seven. March's rains also damaged homes, farms and businesses across the state. If you'd like to help, consider a donation to one of these organizations, which could help us during the next emergency.

AMERICAN RED CROSS HAWAI'I STATE CHAPTER: 739-8109.
4155 Diamond Head Road, Honolulu, HI, 96816.
www.hawaiiredcross.org

ALOHA UNITED WAY: 536-1951.
200 N. Vineyard Blvd., Suite 700. Honolulu, HI, 96817.
www.auw.org
Another resource, whether you need help or want to volunteer, is the Aloha United Way referral line, 2-1-1.

SALVATION ARMY HAWAI'I: 440-1861.
P.O. Box 620, Honolulu, HI, 96809.
www.salvationarmyhawaii.org

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