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September 8, 2017

NEWS RELEASE: Operation USA to Aid Recovery Efforts in Florida and Mexico Following Major Disasters

Los Angeles-based non-governmental agency planning to deliver aid following unprecedented Atlantic storm and magnitude 8.1 earthquake   Los Angeles, Calif., September 8, 2017—Operation USA, a Los Angeles-based international relief agency, today announced plans to assess damage and deliver aid to Florida in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma and in Mexico in the aftermath of a […]

Updates: Mexico Earthquakes

November 3, 2017–After traveling to Mexico to meet with existing and new partners, OpUSA CEO Richard Walden has been working to identify opportunities to provide assistance via cash grants and the shipment of medical equipment and supplies. OpUSA will assist community-based organizations in impacted communities as much as funding allows during the recovery and reconstruction […]

September 6, 2017

Updates: Hurricane Irma

November 3, 2017–Nearly two months after Hurricane Irma swept the southwest coast of Florida, cleanup and recovery is still in the early stages. This week, Operation USA delivered a grant of $25,000 to the Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida in Fort Myers in support of their “Recover, Rebuild, Restore” campaign. Those funds will […]

September 1, 2017

MEDIA ALERT: Los Angeles NGO Deploying Aid to Texas in Support of Hurricane Harvey Recovery

MEDIA ALERT   September 1, 2017   CONTACT: Mary Dolan Operation USA 323.413.2353 mdolan@opusa.org   Los Angeles NGO Deploying Aid to Texas in Support of Hurricane Harvey Recovery   WHO: Operation USA   WHAT: Six trucks containing relief and recovery supplies are leaving Operation USA’s warehouse in the Port of Los Angeles for Austin, Texas, […]

August 24, 2017

Updates: Hurricane Harvey

November 3, 2017–Two months after Hurricane Harvey battered Texas and caused widespread damage and devastation, clean up and recovery continues. Tens of thousands of Texans continue to reside in temporary housing, while many schools remain closed. The disaster caused a reported $73.5 billion in damages, making it the second costliest disaster in US history after […]

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