Stamford-based AmeriCares is sending medical supplies to clinics in Alabama and Mississippi to treat victims of the tornadoes that ripped through the South last week. E.T. Theotokatos of AmeriCares was in Smithville, Miss., last weekend and was surrounded by flattened buildings and destruction.

“AmeriCares will be there to help the community recover from this tragic disaster as residents rebuild their homes and their lives,” Theotokatos said in a statement. Tornadoes in the South last month killed more than 300 people.

Working with Nestle Waters N.A. and Feeding America, AmeriCares also is delivering more than 260,000 water bottles to food banks and shelters to survivors in Alabama and Tennessee. The nonprofit is also sending bottled water to flood victims in Indiana and Missouri and to emergency crews fighting wildfires in Texas.

It has also helped North Carolina victims by sending bottled water and $90,000 worth of medical aid to the Helping Hands Clinic in Sanford. Tornadoes battered North Carolina in Mid-April.

AmeriCares has been responding to natural or man-made disasters around the world for more than 30 years. To donate to AmeriCares, visit the organization’s website or call 1-800-486-HELP.

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