Red Cross en Help Colorado <p>Government officials estimate as many as 18,000 homes are affected by the Colorado flooding. Access to some communities remains difficult due to flood waters and damaged roads. As these areas begin to re-open, the Red Cross plans to be there to assess the damage, distribute relief supplies and support a recovery effort that will take months.</p><p>Local Red Cross officials are getting the word out that YOU can help by donating:</p><p>visit <a href=""></a>,</p><p>call <strong>1-800-REDCROSS</strong></p><p>or</p> Tue, 17 Sep 2013 16:39:36 +0000 Dave Lucas 73788 at Help Colorado Northern Region Sends Aid South <p>Groups and agencies in the northern parts of our region that were not impacted by Hurricane Sandy are stepping up to send help to the storm ravaged areas.<br><br>Last year parts of Vermont and northern New York were ripped apart by Tropical Storm Irene, and now they want to help those impacted by Sandy. Some of the first volunteers heading south are from the Vermont and New Hampshire Upper Valley American Red Cross.&nbsp; Spokesman Doug Bishop says the eight&nbsp; trained individuals being deployed left for a staging area in White Plains.<br> Wed, 31 Oct 2012 22:20:00 +0000 Pat Bradley 51035 at Northern Region Sends Aid South