How to Help Victims of the Boston Marathon Bombings
Print+Promo extends its heartfelt sympathies to the victims and families affected by the bombings during yesterday's 117th Boston Marathon. To provide support to those impacted by yesterday's events or looking for more information, please use the resources below:
The American Red Cross of Eastern Massachusetts - The Red Cross says it has received enough blood donations as well as finances to help those wounded during the attacks. It has created a web page, Safe & Well, where runners can list their status and family members can search for loved ones.
Salvation Army - The Salvation Army is offering food and counseling to victims and responders. Information on how to donate or help is available on the Salvation Army's website.
Google Person Finder - Google has created a utility to help locate or post information about people to help families unable to reach people by telephone.
Temporary Housing - Several citizens of Boston have offered to house victims and travelers temporarily stranded in Boston due to canceled flights.
Boston Police Tip Line - Anyone with information about the explosions during the Boston Marathon is asked to contact the Boston Police Department's tip line at (800) 494-TIPS, call the department's task force tip line at (617) 223-6610 or email email@example.com.