Sending Midwest Blizzard Aid

Pedestrians brave the storm as it intensifies. | Image source: Huffington Post

Pedestrians brave the storm as it intensifies. | Image source: Huffington Post

If you’ve been tuning in to the news, you probably know that Midwestern America has been hit by a snowstorm. I’m sure our countrymen will need all the help they can get. It’s not exactly comfortable having to live through the blizzard as you lack the resources.

Are you interested in helping victims of the blizzard? Then below are some of the ways you can do so.

  1. Sending blankets and jackets

We understand how cold it can get and there are probably many of those who weren’t prepared. That’s why it’s a good idea to donate coats, blankets, or jackets to victims. You may also give out hand warmers and gloves for good measure.

  1. Shoveling up the snow

Who likes being buried in a thick layer of snow? The victims need all the help they can get! That’s why we may have to carry shovels and start digging. After all, they need to get out of their house or their driveway, but there’s snow in the way!

  1. Providing transportation

Speaking of getting out of the driveway, it’d be convenient for victims to be provided with forms of transportation so that they can get around town in case they need to buy goods to sustain themselves. SUVs or snowmobiles are very helpful in this case.

  1. Granting Shelter

Undeniably, there may be some homes which owners just can’t live in for a certain period of time. Hence, temporary shelters will come in handy. If that’s out of the question, then you can at least help out in fixing houses and making them more sustainable in the future.

  1. Spreading the word

Given that you already know people in the Midwest need help, why not let everyone else know? Spread the word and shower the victims with blessings!

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