Here's how to help the victims of Hurricane Florence

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You can help by donating money to the American Red Cross relief efforts.

The foundation will also keep an eye on the situation in the region and provide all assistance to The Salvation Army and American Red Cross.

The funds will support disaster response, including support for Red Cross shelters, volunteer training and mobilization of volunteers. The Red Cross is prepared to support those affected and asks for patience as the entire disaster response team - federal, state and local - works together to get everyone the help they need. She and fellow volunteer Judy Pike from St. Cloud, Minnesota, drove to Raleigh, North Carolina, on Tuesday, Sept. 11, to set up for a three-week deployment.

Company management says they plan to keep providing relief in the days ahead as well.

McGrew said they expect more people, in the coming weeks, to be sent in the east coast area.

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"We want these communities to know that Kroger is with them and we'll continue to do all we can to ease these hard times", said McGee.

You can make a monetary donation at First Coast News asked about the people he's helping and the atmosphere in the shelters. If you suspect that an organization or individual is engaging in fraud, report it to the National Center for Disaster Fraud.

There are still many ways people can help though. Fans can donate today by going to REDCROSS.ORG or text FLORENCE to 90999 to give $10 to American Red Cross Hurricane Relief. These supplies include cribsm wipes, toys and more, which are delivered to shelters.

".Within excess of 140 blood drives that will not be happening right now". There is a critical need for platelet and type O blood donations.