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Prepared to Respond to Flooding in the Midwest

In response to recent flooding in the Midwest – and specifically in Illinois, where today Governor Pat Quinn declared a state of emergency – […]

Patient Assistance Programs Still in Demand after Healthcare Reform

As healthcare reform continues to be implemented over the next few years, the nonprofit clinics and health centers that make up a […]

Volunteers Help Local Women in Need on International Women’s Day

Dozens of Direct Relief Women volunteers took to the warehouse yesterday to organize 500 personal hygiene kits for homeless women in Santa Barbara […]

Evaluating Medical Needs After Tornado Hits Hattiesburg, Miss.

Direct Relief quickly responded to a category F-4 tornado that struck Hattiesburg, Miss. on Feb. 10 by reaching out to its local partner network […]

Healthy Smiles, Healthy Futures for California Kids in Need

At 13 years old, Alfredo de la Cruz, had never been to the dentist until Saturday. Alfredo and dozens of other children […]

Local Students Pack Emergency Supplies for First Responders

More than 30 students from Cate School in Carpinteria, Calif. organized hundreds of Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) packs yesterday at our warehouse […]