American Red Cross
03/24/2017 at 14:25. Facebook
This #RedCrossMonth has our #CutOutClara popping up in places across the country and around the world, right alongside the many #RedCross volunteers and staff working around the clock to deliver our humanitarian mission. Here is an early look at some of her travels so far! Check back throughout the month to see where else our mission takes her.
American Red Cross
yesterday at 17:15. Facebook
Join us tomorrow for a Q&A with our archivist, Susan Watson, at 1:15 p.m. (ET). She'll show us an exclusive sneak peek of some artifacts that will be on display in our World War I exhibit in Washington D.C. later this Spring.
American Red Cross
03/22/2017 at 15:02. Facebook
“I am grateful for the opportunity to serve our nation,” shared Major Jeremy Haynes, “and be a part of the American Red Cross family.” Read how we teamed up with The Original Harlem Globetrotters to honor this special Army veteran. [ Rdcrss.org Link ] #officialcharity
American Red Cross
03/21/2017 at 14:25. Facebook
Eligible donors across the country can help ensure emergency rooms stay sufficiently stocked by rolling up a sleeve to give. Right now, there is a particular need for: Type O negative and Type AB donors, as well as platelet donors. Learn how your donation helps emergency room patients: [ Rdcrss.org Link ]
American Red Cross
03/20/2017 at 20:31. Facebook
Our thoughts are with the more than 625,000 people in northern Peru who are grappling with severe flooding - the result of record downpours that have engorged rivers, triggered landslides and washed away people, crops and buildings. Find out how the Peruvian Red Cross is helping those affected: [ Rdcrss.org Link ]
American Red Cross
03/20/2017 at 20:19. Facebook
Nearly every eight minutes, we meet a family that has lost everything to a home fire or other disaster – the roof over their heads, their clothes, their most cherished possessions. But you can help during those first devastating hours. Join us on April 26 for American Red Cross Giving Day. If we each #help1family, think of what we could do. Visit redcross.org/givingday to learn more.

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American Red Cross
03/20/2017 at 16:28. Facebook
Spring may be kicking off today, but winter has left some lingering effects across the country. In many areas, runoff from melting snow is creating flood risks for communities this week and in the weeks ahead. Understand your flooding risks and take steps now to be prepared for any potential impacts. We've got plenty of tips to get you started at [ Rdcrss.org Link ]
American Red Cross
03/17/2017 at 15:56. Facebook
Nearly every eight minutes, we respond to a disaster like a home fire, and help a family that has lost everything. You can help make an impact with us! Help spread the word about our Giving Day on April 26 as a Social Ambassador. Sign up now: [ Rdcrss.org Link ] #help1family
Sure, our friend Hoops of The Original Harlem Globetrotters makes a great weather reporter, but you should see her on the court! We're looking forward to game time in Washington, DC, this weekend with Hoops and the rest of the team, as they trade snowballs for basketballs and heat up the arena with their skills. Join the Harlem Globetrotters as they help us serve people impacted by disasters...
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Last night the Empire State Building glowed red and white in honor of the more than 300,000 Red Cross volunteers that help people find hope when they need it. In addition to New York, various cities all around the country also have Red Cross flags flying or famous landmarks lit up in red to help celebrate #RedCrossMonth. [ Rdcrss.org Link ]
This #RedCrossMonth has our #CutOutClara popping up in places across the country and around the world, right alongside the many #RedCross volunteers and staff working around the clock to deliver our humanitarian mission. Here is an early look at some of her travels so far! Check back throughout the month to see where else our mission takes her.
These little monsters can teach your kids a thing or two about disaster preparedness. Maya, Chad, Olivia and the rest of the Monster Guard crew are here to help your youngsters get involved and show them what it takes to be ready for emergency situations at home, and elsewhere. Check out how the free Red Cross Monster Guard app is making preparedness fun and engaging for everyone, and download...
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Winter continues to sweep across many parts of the country. If storms are impacting your area, these safety reminders can help you prepare: [ Rdcrss.org Link ]
Before falling asleep tonight don't forget to #TurnandTest! Remember to spring your clocks forward one hour AND test your smoke alarm.
What are your plans this weekend? Make sure it includes #TurnandTest! Turn your clocks forward Saturday night and test your smoke alarm.
#TBT: In December 1948, Red Cross mobile first aid units traveled highways and by-ways across the United States. This vehicle designation meant that these drivers were trained and carried basic first aid equipment at all times. Drivers had permission from their employer to provide emergency care to accident victims while on their routes. Today, everyone can be armed with basic safety...
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Throughout the year we field a number of questions about our fearless founder, Clara Barton. We thought March (Women's History Month and #RedCrossMonth), was the perfect opportunity to take some of the most-asked questions to our historian. [ Rdcrss.org Link ]

Your Top Clara Barton Questions, Answered

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Maz Rodriguez was only 26 when she needed a double lung transplant. Learn more about her journey and how generous blood and platelet donors played a role in her recovery: [ Rdcrss.org Link ]
This #RedCrossMonth has our #CutOutClara popping up in places across the country and around the world, right alongside the many #RedCross volunteers and staff working around the clock to deliver our humanitarian mission. Here is an early look at some of her travels so far! Check back throughout the month to see where else our mission takes her.
March is #RedCrossMonth! This month we’ll be recognizing our humanitarian work across the decades, and celebrating the wonderful people – especially our volunteers and donors – who make our mission possible. Keep an eye out for appearances by our founder, Clara Barton.