Call for Volunteers in Panama City
U.S. Disaster Relief | 0:57 DR-190302_Panama_City_Edward_DR_Social_WEB_MX.mp4
Volunteers are needed in Panama City, Florida, to remove debris, repair houses, and comfort hurting homeowners in the wake of devastation caused by Hurricane Michael. More than half of the 1,700 work orders we have received still need to be completed.
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