Minneapolis tornado cleanup: No more volunteers needed
And don't bother showing up thinking you can get around the rules--only people who are already signed up will be able to participate.
The local chapters of the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army don't need volunteers either. "Isn't that a great problem to have?" says Annette Bauer, PR director for the Northern Division of the Salvation Army.
But there are still plenty of ways to help--namely, with your wallet.
As we've explained before, there a few places to donate:
- North Minneapolis Recovery Fund
- Northside Home Fund--Tornado Relief
- Red Cross of Minnesota
- Salvation Army of Minnesota and North Dakota
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