Caesars Atlantic City sends aid to help those devastated by Super Typhoon Haiyan
ATLANTIC CITY -
A week ago Friday, Super Typhoon Haiyan stuck the Philippines, leaving death and destruction in its path.
The death toll from the devastating typhoon has risen to more than 4,400 people according to the United Nations. Meanwhile, efforts from all over the world are beginning to step up to get aid to the survivors. Here in Atlantic City, Caesars Foundation, part of Caesars Atlantic City has given $50,000 to the Red Cross as part of their commitment to create a caring culture. Caesars employees and local residents are hoping that supplies will soon get to those most in need.
Cristina Tinitigan of Human Resources at Caesars stated, "Parents that lost their kids, they lost their parents, and no place to go back to, no food to eat, no medical help as of now, it just breaks your heart."
The Red Cross is accepting donations to help those affected by the typhoon, to find out how you can help you can visit: Redcross.org, select "Typhoon Appeal"
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