87
      Thursday
      92 / 67
      Friday
      90 / 67
      Saturday
      90 / 67

      Red Cross to provide 1-on-1 casework for fire-affected Fritch families

      The American Red Cross will expand its services to help those affected by Sunday's wildfires by providing one-on-one casework support for each family affected.

      The American Red Cross will expand its services to help those affected by Sunday's wildfires by providing one-on-one casework support for each family affected.

      Beginning at 2 p.m., Red Cross caseworkers will be available at the newly opened Multi-Agency Resource Center, 308 S. Ridgeland in Fritch.

      The Center will be open Thursday and Friday from 2-8 p.m., and Saturday from 9-5 p.m.

      Additionally, Red Cross crews will continue to pass through the affected neighbors providing meals and snacks, bottled water and relief items such as shovels, work gloves, rakes and dust masks.

      Facts at a Glance:

      Shelters open: Fritch High School Shelter remains open

      Clean-up supplies distributed: 402

      Hygeine kits distributed: 105

      Mobile feeding units: 5

      Meals & snacks provided: 1,399

      Red Cross workers: 60

      To stay up-to-date on Red Cross relief efforts, follow @RedCrossTXPan on Twitter or www.facebook.com/AmericanRedCrossTexasPanhandle on Facebook.

      There are three ways to help those affected by disasters across the nation:

    • Support American Red Cross Disaster Relief to help families nationwide affected by disasters big and small, like last night??s wildfires, tornadoes in Nebraska and Iowa and countless home fires.
    • Text REDCROSS to 90999 to donate $10 for Disaster Relief.
    • Designate your gift to ??Texas Panhandle Wildfires?? by sending a check to American Red Cross, 1800 S. Harrison, Amarillo, Texas 79102 and writing ??Texas Panhandle Wildfires?? in the memo line. Funds designated will remain in the Panhandle area and will be used to support families affected by this wildfire.