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Residents sit at a temporary Red Cross shelter at Conway High School in Conway, South Carolina, U.S., on Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018. Photographer: Charles Mostoller/Bloomberg

While no one can predict the extent of Hurricane Florence’s devastation, the credit union industry wasted no time to raise funds that will be needed to help disaster victims.

The $1 billion SAFE Federal Credit Union in Sumter, S.C. has already collected more than $18,000, while other credit union organizations such as the Carolinas Foundation of the Carolina Credit Union League and the National Credit Union Foundation are also collecting contributions.

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