Littlefield helps Serbian flood victims

Littlefield Grid is raising money for charity victims with donation boards on its high-traffic public areas.

“We hope that it helps,” said grid owner Walter Balazic.

(Image courtesy Littlefield Grid.)

(Image courtesy Littlefield Grid.)

The project was spearheaded by one of the grid’s residents, who lives in Serbia.

“I’m sure Contessa Newton would appreciate our friendship and support at this time,” said Balazic.

Hypergrid visitors can find donation boards around the grid, which go directly to the Red Cross donation site. For example, there’s a board right at the landing area at  Readers can also visit the Red Cross donation page directly.

The floods are the worst the area has seen in more than 120 years, totalling over US $1.37 billion in damage, and forced tens of thousands to flee their homes and caused the deaths of dozens of people. Read more about the disaster here.

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