Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
yesterday at 16:55. Facebook
During #NationalVolunteerWeek we have been celebrating the work of our fantastic volunteers. Did you know that voluntary service is a fundamental principle of the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement? Read how volunteers make sure we can do our work in Canada and around the world:
During NationalVolunteerWeek we have been celebrating the work of our fantastic volunteers

Red Cross basics: The principle of voluntary service - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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Brenda Hind
Arif Bangash
Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
04/28/2017 at 18:37. Facebook
Every week, Red Cross volunteers assist the most vulnerable people here and around the world. Here are some of the most beautiful photos of the week.
Every week Red Cross volunteers assist the most vulnerable people here and
Christine Wiegold
Elizabeth Smith
Darlene Lewinski
Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
04/28/2017 at 17:20. Facebook
Diane Story has been a Red Cross volunteer as first aid educator for almost 40 years and now trains the trainers in first aid for physical and mental health:
Diane Story has been a Red Cross volunteer as first aid educator

Training the trainers in first aid for the body and mind - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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Canadian Red Cross
04/28/2017 at 13:38. Facebook
Canadian Red Cross volunteer Denis Cormier shares a touching story with fellow volunteer Guy Lepage about participating in a canoe day with Syrian refugees in New Brunswick.
Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
04/27/2017 at 19:49. Facebook
Two years later, how your support continues to help in recovering from the earthquake in Nepal:
Two years later how your support continues to help in recovering from

The Nepal Earthquake Two Years On: A long road to recovery - Canadian Red Cross

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Dave Sharma
Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
04/27/2017 at 16:12. Facebook
Claire Crawford from Calgary has been volunteering with Red Cross for 10 years and has responded to several major disasters, such as 2013 flooding in the southern Alberta and the wildfires in Fort McMurray last year. She shares why she volunteers.
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Natascha Astrid
Ali LP
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Canadian Red Cross
04/27/2017 at 14:24. Facebook
Red Cross volunteer Tom Windebank talks about being prepared for spring flooding.
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Sara John Fowler
Amedeo Alessandri
Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
04/26/2017 at 20:07. Facebook
For National Volunteer Week, we're celebrating our volunteers! Thank you to all our amazing Red Cross volunteers across the country for all you do. Leave a comment and share why you volunteer! For anyone interested in volunteering, visit
For National Volunteer Week were celebrating our volunteers Thank you to all
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Amelia Foster
Tina Hiltz
Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
04/26/2017 at 15:15. Facebook
To celebrate National Volunteer Week, we invited Canadian Red Cross volunteers, Guy Lepage and Denis Cormier to have a conversation about what motivates them to volunteer for the Red Cross.
Andrea Gibbs
Elizabeth McMahon
Cheh Cho
Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
04/25/2017 at 16:52. Facebook
Two years after the devastating earthquake in Nepal, Canadian Red Crosser Corrie Butler recently documented recovery efforts; here she shares the stories of five inspiring women who work to rebuild their lives and communities:
Two years after the devastating earthquake in Nepal Canadian Red Crosser Corrie

Meet five women in Nepal changing lives two years after the earthquake - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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Corrie Butler
Savath Keo
Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
04/25/2017 at 13:29. Facebook
We're celebrating National Volunteer Week at the Red Cross! Our President and CEO, Conrad Sauvé, sincerely thanks all volunteers who make everything we do possible.
Sara John Fowler
Teri Shalala
Judy Y. Chan
Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
04/24/2017 at 18:45. Facebook
Live from Fort McMurray: a chat with Conrad Sauve and Jenn McMannus of Canadian Red Cross on how we're continuing to work alongside the community during recovery. Ask your questions in the comments below!
Aqeel Ahmed
Sad Badshah
Muhammad Basman
Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
04/24/2017 at 16:52. Facebook
Almost a year later, learn how your generosity made a difference to those impacted by devastating fires in Alberta:
Almost a year later learn how your generosity made a difference to

Red Cross update: Alberta fires, one year on - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
04/24/2017 at 16:02. Facebook
Live from Fort McMurray: Red Cross update one year after the Alberta fires
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Roberta Dalman
Candis Kish
Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
04/23/2017 at 13:44. Facebook
To kick off National Volunteer Week, we're celebrating our amazing volunteers and the remarkable work they do - recently the Governor General of Canada recognized the dedication of four Canadian Red Cross volunteers by presenting them with the Sovereign's Medal for Volunteers:
To kick off National Volunteer Week were celebrating our amazing volunteers and

Governor General awards medals to Canadian Red Cross volunteers for their dedication - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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Sarah Campbell Forster
Every week, Red Cross volunteers assist the most vulnerable people here and around the world. Here are some of the most beautiful photos of the week.
Every week Red Cross volunteers assist the most vulnerable people here and
Christine Wiegold
Elizabeth Smith
Darlene Lewinski
Evacuated from their homes, Manitoba families enjoyed some fun activities like star-gazing at the Planetarium, rock climbing and glow bowling last weekend, thanks to support from BMO Bank of Montreal:
Evacuated from their homes Manitoba families enjoyed some fun activities like stargazing

Manitoba families enjoy fun activities despite evacuations - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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Where do you go to find information in a disaster and how do you determine if it's credible?
Where do you go to find information in a disaster and how

Tech Talk: Why misinformation can be dangerous in disasters - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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Maxine and Jeff, the owners of local restaurant Chez Max in Fort McMurray, describe the support they received after last year's wildfire as "instrumental" in helping them get back to business.
Canadian aid worker Corrie Butler shares some of the progress made by the Red Cross in Nepal following the devastating earthquakes in 2015.
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