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Join Western Union in providing relief efforts for Hurricane Isaac
To help the victims of Hurricane Isaac along the Gulf Coast, The Western Union Foundation has announced a series of disaster relief efforts.
For U.S. residents wishing to donate to Hurricane Isaac disaster relief efforts, we have set up the no fee Payments contribution account
“American Red Cross” that will benefit The American Red Cross. You can donate up to $5,000 through the month of September.
Give in one of two ways:
A Word from the Western Union Foundation
“The damages attributed to Hurricane Isaac have left thousands in need of support,” said Luella Chavez D'Angelo, senior vice president, Western Union Social Ventures and president, Western Union Foundation. “Funds collected through the Western Union Payments account will help the American Red Cross assist with critical efforts such as providing food, water and shelter to families and children most affected by the storm.”
“We are committed to helping the communities we serve and join the people of the Gulf Coast during this time of need,” concluded Chavez D'Angelo.
About the Western Union Foundation
The Western Union Foundation is dedicated to creating a better world, where the ability to realize dreams through economic opportunity is not just a privilege for the few but a right for all. With the support of The Western Union Company, its employees, Agents, and business partners, the Western Union Foundation works to realize this vision by supporting education and disaster relief efforts as pathways toward a better future. Our combined social ventures efforts make life better for individuals, families and communities around the world. Since its inception, The Western Union Foundation has committed more than $81.7 million in grants and other giving to more than 2,551 nongovernmental organizations in more than 124 countries and territories. To learn more, visit www.westernunionfoundation.org.