Four More Red Cross Volunteers Head To Moore, Oklahoma

By: Stephanie Schultz
By: Stephanie Schultz

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - The Red Cross Kansas Capital Chapter is sending four more volunteers to Oklahoma to help with disaster relief efforts.

The volunteers packed up their belongings and left Thursday afternoon.

The volunteers will be doing community work. They'll meet with families that have been displaced and will help them with any needs they may have.

"It always makes you feel good to help people when there's a need," said volunteer Ned Webb. "If we ever need it, I'm sure they'd all be up here helping us."

Most of the volunteers heading down are Disaster Action Team captains. They participate in local drills and planning here in Topeka on a monthly basis.


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