This website is a comprehensive source of the latest information about the outpouring of help from the Cornell community to victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Make a difference: Give to the Katrina Relief Fund
Cornell employees, students, and local residents are invited to make monthly or bi-monthly gifts of $10 or more to the Katrina Relief Fund. One-time donations also welcome. Proceeds will go to the Greater New Orleans Foundation, which distributes aid to community and faith-based organizations that provide direct services to affected families and children. Contact email@example.com to donate.
Get more information
Getting or giving help:
- Please 'Show Your Big Red Heart In Solidarity' for hurricane victims.
- Weill Cornell lends hands-on help to hurricane victims.
- Information is available here for Tulane, Xavier and University of New Orleans students and faculty. Families of undergraduate and graduate students, and faculty can learn the details here of all that's available to them.
- Members of the Cornell and Ithaca communities can share ideas and find out how to get involved.
- Cornell students can visit the Cornell Student Relief Initiative Web site.
- Cornell asks its alumni, parents, and friends to consider providing housing, employment, transportation, or information to Cornellians displaced by the hurricane. If you can help, are in need of this kind of support, or simply wish to let us know how you are doing, please visit Cornell Cares.