HKRE

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HKREHurricane Katrina Relief Effort
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Prudential CRES Commercial Real Estate (Medford, NY), one of the region's premier providers of comprehensive real estate services, recently donated space to WBAB radio to help collect and store donations for the Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. Volunteers, with the help of WBAB radio, collected over 100.000 pounds of donated goods and over $40,000 in cash to help the families in the Gulf Coast.
This inability created significant problems for FEMA's Hurricane Katrina relief efforts and led government officials involved in managing the relief, at even the highest levels, to assess FEMA's success incorrectly and arbitrarily.
The couple chose to spend the first week of their marriage working on the Gulf Coast in Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. The following summer, they took their originally scheduled honeymoon to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.
Content discusses such topics as: the goals and limits of Federal and military involvement in civilian and domestic support, private sector capabilities, Medicaid issues and current federal legislation related to Medicaid and Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, environmental issues such as construction projects and litigation, health care, communications, law enforcement and evacuation.
Conflicting messages during Hurricane Katrina relief efforts created confusion among state and local agency teams.
And Quest Cares, The philanthropic arm of Dwelling Quest, was actively involved in Hurricane Katrina relief efforts through its partnership with the Pajama Program, a national children's charity that provides new pajamas to needy and/or abused children.
Tougher mortgage purchase goals and a new affordable housing fund to be tied to Hurricane Katrina relief efforts during the fund's first two years would direct the housing finance entities to segments of the market that have previously not been reached.
301(d)(1)(B), a qualified contribution by a corporation must be for Hurricane Katrina relief efforts.
The thank you notes express heartfelt gratitude for the Utah companies and individuals who gave more than $3 million in support of Hurricane Katrina relief efforts.
In addition Boeing also said that employee and company contributions to the American Red Cross via The Employees Community Fund of The Boeing Company for Hurricane Katrina relief efforts in Louisiana and Mississippi, totalled more than USD9.3m.
I am very proud of the role that the NIEHS has played in the Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. Extramural and intramural scientists have jointly developed and are implementing both short-term and long-term responses to this natural disaster.
For the latest on Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, visit www.news.navy.mil/Iocal/hurricane.
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