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Canadian Red Cross
12/04/2016 at 15:04. Facebook
On Monday, we're celebrating International Volunteer Day. Hear from Red Cross volunteer Tony Playter who share what it means to give back in his community. Want to get involved? Visit redcross.ca/volunteer
Canadian Red Cross
yesterday at 16:21. Facebook
Aid worker Tamara Bournival shares this update from Haiti where a team of doctors, nurses and other health professionals who are providing health care through a mobile clinic in communities affected by Hurricane Matthew.
Canadian Red Cross
12/02/2016 at 16:32. Facebook
The Alberta fire dealt a devastating blow to Leonie Bree and her husband as well as her two daughters and their family, resulting in the loss of all three homes in Fort McMurray. Leonie shares how with help, they are rebuilding their lives.

Red Cross helps family after losing three homes in Alberta fires - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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Canadian Red Cross
12/01/2016 at 19:29. Facebook
This 1945 quilt shows the generosity of Canadians over the years in helping to provide comfort to others - it was made by volunteers in Moose Jaw and sent to a family in Holland. Canadians’ voluntary needlework and handicrafts for the Red Cross served a consistently important purpose throughout the twentieth century. These volunteers demonstrated a “hands-on” humanitarianism by turning their...
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Canadian Red Cross History - Items, Artifacts, Objects - Canadian Red Cross Timeline

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Canadian Red Cross
12/01/2016 at 16:06. Facebook
See some amazing photos from on the ground in Haiti where the Canadian Red Cross team is still treating those affected by Hurricane Matthew through the mobile health clinic:

In photos: Mobile health clinic continues to treat those affected by Hurricane Matthew - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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Canadian Red Cross
12/01/2016 at 14:31. Facebook
A heartfelt thank you to all our supporters who joined us in a day of giving on GivingTuesday. #ThankYouThursday
Canadian Red Cross
11/30/2016 at 14:07. Facebook
Thank you! With your support, we reached our goal of 500 life-changing gifts on Giving Tuesday.
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Canadian Red Cross
11/29/2016 at 21:00. Facebook
We're halfway there! Help us reach our goal of 500 life-changing gifts this Giving Tuesday: [ Goo.gl Link ] #GivingTuesdayCA
Canadian Red Cross
11/29/2016 at 13:53. Facebook
It's Giving Tuesday! Help us reach our goal of 500 life-changing gifts. Give a gift today and BMO will match your donation: [ Goo.gl Link ] #GivingTuesdayCA
Canadian Red Cross
11/28/2016 at 20:32. Facebook
With cholera on the rise in Haiti after Hurricane Matthew, the Canadian Red Cross, with support from the Government of Canada, is training volunteers on hygiene and cholera prevention methods in the town of Jérémie and surrounding areas as part of a vaccination and education campaign:

After Hurricane Matthew, the Red Cross responds to cholera - Canadian Red Cross

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Canadian Red Cross
11/28/2016 at 17:01. Facebook
Did you know 3 out of 10 Canadians are last minute shoppers? Start your shopping early this year by choosing gifts of survival: [ Goo.gl Link ]
Canadian Red Cross
11/28/2016 at 15:32. Facebook
The Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, Marie-Claude Bibeau, shares this update on the support offered by Canada after Hurricane Matthew struck Haiti.
Canadian Red Cross
11/27/2016 at 15:23. Facebook
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At home and abroad, the Canadian Red Cross has delivered millions of life-changing gifts over the years to those in need.
This year when you shop for meaningful Red Cross holiday gifts to send your loved ones, BMO Bank of Montreal will match each gift.
Shop today at redcross.ca/yourgift. Make a difference and send a gift that will change a life this year.
Today's Round-up features updates on Red Cross response to flooding in Dominican Republic, earthquakes in New Zealand and conflict in Iraq:

Round-up: Updates from Dominican Republic, New Zealand and Iraq - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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Recently 14-year-old Olivia Scrimshaw, a student in Saskatoon, attended a Canadian Red Cross Healthy Youth Relationships symposium in Saskatchewan; here she tells us what the symposium meant to her and offers inspiring words for youth:

Skills and insight gained at Red Cross youth symposium - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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Another look back to the amazing people met throughout the Alberta fires response, Canadian Red Cross volunteer Catherine Szymczyk shares how she helped those evacuated and how she was moved by what she saw:
Having an emergency kit is great - but you also need a plan! Sit down with your whole family and make sure everyone knows the best ways to evacuate your home in case of an emergency such as a fire. Decide on a safe place to meet if you get separated. And, don’t forget to plan to get your pets out safely.

Make a Plan - Canadian Red Cross

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Volunteer Brenna Brown reflects on her years with the Red Cross: “Sometimes hard, sometimes stressful,” she says, “but always rewarding. You really see the best of humanity in this work.” Join us in thanking Brenna for her inspiring work to help others!

Volunteer admires the power of community in disaster responses - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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