World Vision to send relief supplies following southern storms, flooding "We are responding with a full truckload of relief, including hygiene kits, family food packs, blankets, and clothing," says Phyllis Freeman, the organization's domestic disaster response director. "Recovery and rebuilding supplies will be shipped to Mississippi on Wednesday in response to tornado damage in the northern part of the state.".


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