Drone footage shows devastation from Iselle on the Big Island

Drone VIDEO offers unique view of the damage the Puna community has incurred from Iselle.

The best way to help is to donate cash and volunteer, according to Civil Defense:
http://www.scd.hawaii.gov/documents/20140812_Iselle_NR_Aid.pdf

HONOLULU – As emergency managers continue to assist individuals and communities recovering from damage caused by the Tropical Cyclone Iselle, the general public can help most quickly by giving monetary donations to an established relief organization. The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency (formerly State Civil Defense) offers these tips on how to help:

DONATE – At this time, cash donations are the best way to immediately help recovery efforts on the Big Island and other areas impacted by Iselle. Cash donations help survivors get what they need, stimulate the local economy and save jobs.

VOLUNTEER – People are encouraged to connect with a local relief agency for volunteer opportunities and to identify needs of individuals and communities impacted by Iselle. Volunteer groups or individuals can contact these organizations directly for opportunities.

Recommended organizations:
American Red Cross (Hawaii Chapter)
Phone: (808) 734-2101
http://www.redcross.org/hi/honolulu

Hawaii State Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters Hurricane Iselle Long-Term Relief and Recovery Fund
Iselle donations may be dropped off at any American Savings Bank.https://hivoad.communityos.org/cms/contact_hi

Maui residents can report damage at: http://www.co.maui.hi.us/index.aspx?nid=70
Hawaii residents can call (808) 935-0031 to report damage and (808) 961-8790 for any emergency water concerns.

The number for the HELCO help line is (808) 969-6666.

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