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$30 million to Help Hurricane Victims

The $30 million grant from the Indianapolis-based philanthropic foundation, Lilly Foundation will support the American Red Cross ($10 million), Salvation Army ($10 million), United Way Worldwide ($5 million) and United Way of Greater Houston ($5 million) as they help residents across Texas, Louisiana, Florida, Georgia and U.S. territories in the Caribbean recover from the storms that devastated communities. The 2017 hurricane season is likely to go on record as the second most destructive to affect the United States in recent memory. Only hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005 caused more devastation. {news release}.

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