Apple Donating $1 Million to American Red Cross as Hurricane Florence Makes Landfall in North Carolina

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Apple Donating $1 Million to American Red Cross as Hurricane Florence Makes Landfall in North Carolina

Apple is donating $1 million to the American Red Cross to support Hurricane Florence relief efforts, as it routinely does for natural disasters, according to a tweet shared by Apple CEO Tim Cook today.

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Apple Donates $1M to Hurricane Florence Relief

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With Hurricane Florence making landfall in North Caroline and the promise of destruction in its wake, Apple is donating US$1 million to the American Red Cross for relief efforts. Apple CEO Tim Cook shared the announcement on Twitter saying, “The Carolinas are in our hearts. To our employees there, first responders and everyone in Hurricane Florence’s path, please stay safe.” Florence is a Category 1 hurricane, and is expected to cause flooding and property damage

Apple giving $1m to the Red Cross as North Carolina takes brunt of Hurricane Florence

Apple giving $1m to the Red Cross as North Carolina takes brunt of Hurricane Florence

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As Apple often does when natural disasters strike, the company is donating $1 million to the American Red Cross to help those affected by Hurricane Florence on the East Coast.

Apple Donates $1 Million to the Red Cross for Hurricane Florence Response

Apple Donates $1 Million to the Red Cross for Hurricane Florence Response

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Apple CEO Tim Cook said on Friday that his company will help in the Hurricane Florence relief efforts.

Apple donates $1 million to Hurricane Florence relief efforts

Apple donates $1 million to Hurricane Florence relief efforts

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As the entire world is watching hurricane Florence approaching the Carolinas, Apple is already reaching into its wallet to help with the relief efforts. Apple CEO Tim Cook urged employees, first responders and anyone in the hurricane’s path to stay safe as the storm is set to hit North Carolina today. Cook also revealed his

Red Cross regional CEO on responding to Hurricane Florence

Red Cross regional CEO on responding to Hurricane Florence

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American Red Cross dispatching hundreds of relief workers for Hurricane Florence response; Eastern North Carolina regional CEO Barry Porter shares insight on 'Your World.'

Hurricane Florence – SC National Guard responds [Image 1 of 8]

Hurricane Florence – SC National Guard responds [Image 1 of 8]

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U.S. Soldiers assigned to 218th Brigade Support Battalion, South Carolina Army National Guard, from Orangeburg, S.C., pick up cots and blankets for the American Red Cross, the cots and blankets were transported to shelters around the state for people evacuating from Hurricane Florence, Sept. 13, 2018. Approximately 2,600 Soldiers and Airmen have been mobilized to prepare, respond and participate in recovery efforts as forecasters project Hurricane Florence will increase in strength with potential to be a Category 4 storm and a projected path to make landfall near the Carolinas and east coast

Hurricane Florence weakens but deluges Carolinas ahead of landfall

Hurricane Florence weakens but deluges Carolinas ahead of landfall

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Heavy rain, gusting winds and rising floodwaters from Hurricane Florence deluged the Carolinas on Thursday as the massive, slow-moving storm crept toward the coastline, threatening millions of people in its path with record rainfall and punishing surf. Florence was downgraded to a Category 1 storm on the five-step Saffir-Simpson scale on Thursday evening and was moving west at only 6 mph (9 km/h). Despite its unpredictable path, it was forecast to make landfall near Cape Fear, North Carolina, at midday on Friday.

Evacuations begin as Hurricane Florence makes landfall

Evacuations begin as Hurricane Florence makes landfall

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Hurricane Florence is threatening millions of Americans in the south-east, as authorities urging residents and visitors to begin evacuating the hurricane zone. Forecasters warn that catastrophic flooding could be caused as the system starts to unleash strong winds and fierce rains. It is expected to hit the southern coast of North Carolina on Saturday before drifting inland on Sunday.

Tracking Hurricane Florence: Storm officially makes landfall

Tracking Hurricane Florence: Storm officially makes landfall

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Hurricane Florence, now a Category 1 storm and stretching nearly 600 miles from tip to tip, officially made landfall in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina at 7:15 a.m. ET. Catastrophic rain and flooding are expected to continue in the state. TODAY’s Al Roker is tracking the storm from Studio 1A.