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San Manuel tribe aids Montana Indian flood victims

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10:00 PM PDT on Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Submitted to The Press-Enterprise

The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians has made a $200,000 charitable contribution to the American Red Cross of Montana for its ongoing relief efforts to assist American Indian communities that have been directly affected by late spring flooding along the Little Bighorn and Missouri Rivers.

Initially, damage affecting the Crow Indian Reservation grew to include the Fort Belknap Indian Community and Rocky Boy and Fort Peck Indian Reservations. In response, the American Red Cross of Montana was called to action to provide emergency relief through shelter operations, mass care and feeding. They remain ready to assist all who need help in the coming weeks.

San Manuel's contribution is intended to support recovery and cleanup efforts, which continue to be hampered by a limited availability of funds and the potential for more flooding as winter snows melt.

In the near term, funds will be used to secure ongoing shelter and the necessities of daily living for families displaced from homes.

"San Manuel recognizes that our brothers and sisters in Montana are facing a difficult period of recovery and want them to know that we stand by them through this process," said San Manuel Chairman James C. Ramos. "We are grateful for our ongoing partnership with the American Red Cross. They have the capability, organization and expertise to mobilize quickly and effectively when disasters strike anywhere in the world."

Within the last week, Red Cross focus has shifted to damage assessment and cleanup in rural areas, with 301 people qualifying for client assistance owing to insurmountable damage to homes.

Also during this time, the Red Cross has distributed 2,544 cleanup and family kits to aid those able to restore homes to livability.

SHELTER AND FOOD

But the need for ongoing support remains, with hundreds of reservation homes badly damaged or destroyed by flooding, and many residents still displaced.

Over the course of a five-week period, the American Red Cross of Montana lists 3,111 night stays for families and individuals affected by flooding. Also during this time, the organization counted 16,797 meals and 30,511 snacks served to help those in need of assistance meet basic needs.

"At one point during the operation, we had 330 Crow people in our care under one roof, and were the largest Red Cross shelter in the national system during a year of nationwide storm devastation," said Rod Kopp, CEO of the American Red Cross of Montana. "We did, and still do, take that responsibility seriously and pledge to help people get back on the road of recovery and a renewed quality of life."

San Manuel has a long history of working with the American Red Cross following natural disasters and emergencies in California and beyond.

San Manuel has provided funds to the American Red Cross Inland Empire chapter to support southern California communities swept with wildfires in 2003 and 2007 and recently with floods near its San Bernardino area reservation in late 2010.

In the same year, San Manuel contributed $1.7 million to the Red Cross Haitian earthquake relief and $320,000 to the organization to assist tribes in Nebraska , South Dakota and Arizona with their emergency relief efforts in response to 2010 winter storms.

Residents in need of assistance are asked to call the American Red Cross at 1-800-ARC-MONT.

Submitted by San Manuel Band of Mission Indians.