Office Hours: A Resource for Red Cross Members, Club Leaders, and YOU!

Are you a Red Cross youth member who has questions about getting CPR certified or organizing a blood drive? Does your club need ideas for member retention or recruitment?  Would you like to chat with a National Youth Council member via Skype, Google Hangouts, or phone as part of our Office Hours initiative? Office hours […]

Activity Guide: Battle of the Bands

Red Cross Rocks: Battle of the Bands is a contest where several musical acts compete for the title of best band. The event is a great way to raise money to support the Red Cross’s lifesaving mission to respond to major disasters, collect lifesaving blood, teach skills that can save a life and much more. […]

Superstorm Sandy Relief

Superstorm Sandy has cut a destructive path up the coast, flooding streets with torrential rainfall and battering homes with dangerous, gale-force winds. You can help provide critical relief like food, shelter, water and more to families affected by disasters like Hurricane Sandy – make a donation today or start your own fundraiser to support American Red Cross […]

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From Red Cross Club to Over 30 Years Later…

From www.RedCross.org: July 9, 2012 I went to grammar school in San Francisco during the early and mid 1960s. My school had an after school Red Cross Club, hosted by one of our teachers. I loved being involved in that club. I learned about the Red Cross programs and the teacher had us participating in […]

Young Connecticut Volunteers Support Red Cross Hurricane Relief

Youth Supports Red Cross Hurricane Relief Budding New Canaan, Connecticut entrepreneur, Bradford Benton, four years old, had a concept to attract customers to his lemonade stand by highlighting his collection of (fake) snakes to passersby, then offering them a glass of lemonade for 25 cents. Bradford is not only a natural at marketing strategy, but a generous […]

Lady Antebellum, Reba McEntire, and other stars give helping hand to those affected by deadly storms

Ever heard of the song “Need You Now” by Lady Antebellum? Well, this week Lady Antebellum was there for the victims affected by the deadly storms in the South, giving a helping hand by encouraging donations through texting via social media platforms. Check out the famous country band’s moving video that shows the recent effects […]

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Volunteer Connection

Volunteer Connection