For some reason, Slice is popping up really high when people run searches for Katrina relief efforts. That's not good. Too many people are clicking through to our site when they should be going somewhere useful. So if you've arrived at our site in this way, here is a list of links to charity and relief websites, most of which come from FEMA:


.::.America's Second Harvest
.::.Oxfam America
.::.American Red Cross
.::.Catholic Relief Services Hurricane Relief Fund
.::.Habitat for Humanity (At some point, they're going to have to start building stuff for people to live in.)
.::.United Methodist Church Hurricane Relief
.::.Louisville Red Cross
.::.Operation Blessing
.::.Humane Society of the United States
.::.UJA-Federation of New York

.::.Adventist Community Services
.::.B'nai B'rith International
.::.Christian Disaster Response
.::.Christian Reformed World Relief Committee
.::.Church World Service
.::.Convoy of Hope
.::.Corporation for National and Community Service Disaster Relief Fund
.::.Feed the Children
.::.Lutheran Disaster Response
.::.Mennonite Disaster Services
.::.Nazarene Disaster Response
.::.Presbyterian Disaster Assistance
.::.Salvation Army
.::.Southern Baptist Convention: Disaster Relief
.::.United Jewish Communities
.::.Union for Reform Judaism

For further information, visit the National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (NVOAD)

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