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The American Red Cross has received a $100,000 donation from UPS to help with recovery in metro Atlanta communities that were affected by flooding last month.Red Cross chief development officer Jeffrey Towers said the generosity of Annual Disaster Giving Program members allows the organization to provide lifesaving services at a moment's notice.He said the funds and support of the public are critical during disasters and enable the Red Cross to rush immediate relief to disaster victims before the first donation has been given.

This year's members have provided more than $20 million for the Disaster Relief Fund.

hmm i wonder if UPS made all this money over charging like with um hp machine parts.
 

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I live around these floods but didn't affect my neighborhood and truse me nothing
goes to a good cause here unless it's really bad like the mother's day tornados we
had last year.10 in one day and the redcross did help with along with churches by
handing out meals and stuff and im really thankfull but i just cant see ups helping
in anyway.
 

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At least I can still ship a pistol with them. Grated they rape you badly but then just dont use them. I wont deal with handguns any longer because of it.
 

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At least I can still ship a pistol with them. Grated they rape you badly but then just dont use them. I wont deal with handguns any longer because of it.
Did you see my post on that situation?
 

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No its just too much trouble to sell firearms out of state so I just deal with locals now. Besides no paper work, no record, no BARF.
 
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