Red Cross Live Safety Asset Protection specialist Danielle Carsner, left, and volunteer Warkoneta Tucker with breakfast offering for shelter clients at Bethesda Temple at Salem Avenue, 3701 Salem Avenue, on June 14. The Red Cross consolidated its shelters to this one location. TY GREENLEES / STAFF

Meals, shelter, supplies: Red Cross has served thousands since tornadoes

Red Cross has served more than 25,000 meals to residents after record-breaking tornadoes struck the area last month. Here’s a look at the latest numbers from Red Cross:

1,730 overnight shelter stays

26,415 meals and snacks served

President Trump declares disaster for 10 counties hit by tornadoes

1,703 clean up kits distributed

1,929 comfort kits distributed

1,868 disaster kits distributed

FEMA tornado damage assessment underway, continues Thursday

7,631 other kits distributed (gloves, tarps, trash bags)

622 volunteers and staff

979 cases opened / 2830individuals served

1,942 disaster health services (nurses) contacts

2,086 disaster mental health services contacts

For more information on how you can help those impacted by the tornadoes, click here.

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