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  1. I would like to thnkx for the efforts you’ve put in writing this site. I’m hoping the same high-grade site post from you in the future too. Actually your creative writing abilities has encouraged me to get my own website going now. Really blogging is spreading its wings and growing fast. Your write up is a good example.

  2. What happened about Wyoming Chapter of the Redcross? Can’t find their site :(

  3. Thanks for putting together this list of blogs. It is very helpful to be able to connect to the local activities of the Red Cross.

  4. I also had a friend who was wounded in Iraq on 09-24-09 and the red cross project helped him with everything that he needed ranging from clothing to uniforms and cared for his wounds for nothing.

    The red cross service is sometimes even better than a private payed service.

    I want to thank you all for what you are doing for us and our soliders

  5. This is a great resource to keep connected to the work of the Red Cross in various locations. Thanks!

  6. My brother Mark was injured in Afghanistan in late 2009 during his work with the Marines. I’ve always been impressed with the Red Cross, but the way they treated Mark after his injury (he lost a leg) nearly brought tears to my eyes.

    Thank you very much for putting this list together. It’s a great resource for people like me and Mark.

  7. It’s great to see the Red Cross and Amateur Radio Emergency Service assist the those affected in Colorado’s High Park fire zone. Technology and civic involvement are both valuable assets in an emergency.

  8. Red Cross is a very important organization. Helping the needy is something beautiful. Thank you for all!

  9. I have a nephew who is still alive thanks to the great help that the Red Cross has given him. After a terrible accident in the army about a year ago he is now fully recovered and back at work. It made me and my family see how important Red Cross is.

  10. Kudos to Red Cross for its ability to equip and mobilize in so many areas!

  11. Kudos to Red Cross for its ability to equip and mobilize in so many areas!

  12. We often find ourselves supporting the red cross and all of the wonderful things that they get up to. We also take a lot of our clothes to the local charity shops, infact I took almost 10 black bags filled with a lot of trendy clothes that just dont fit.

    I also love the staff that work at our local Red Cross Charity Store. This is one of the reasons why we setup our santas grotto because we see how you can help put a smile on people’s faces. It’s what we aim to do with our Grotto in London.

    Many thanks and best of luck.

    Your Truly,

    Marc

  13. It is good to see how many Red Cross volunteers are so quick to respond to the needs after Hurricane Sandy.

  14. We want to express gratitude for the Northern Minnesota Chapter of the Red Cross and their excellent commitment to help with urgent needs.

  15. @Frank I totally agree. The red cross is an organisation that will no doubt survive the test of time and truly help a lot of innocent people.

  16. I think that we should give the red cross more credit as they surely deserve it.
    I would like to thank you for your great work.

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  18. I just wanted to let everyone know out there that red cross isn’t what they put them selves out there to be me and my husband were renting a house that burned down to the ground me,my husband and our beautiful 3 kids lost everything in the fire and we’re left with nothing…this was during the holidays as well 2 of our kids had to go stay with grandma and the other child of ours went and stayed with auntie due to the cold weather season while me and my husband stayed in a tent at a local state park…not mention the hurt and separation anxiety they caused to my children that were only 3 ,4 and not even 6 months of age at the time…

  19. I just want to put it out there to everyone that donates to this place they are a scam and that all your money goes to pay there over paid staff and not to help people that are in real need cause still to this day me and my family are doing good were struggling but in time due to help from friends and family things will come all together I’m just blessed to have my children back with us….red cross you have caused so much hurt and pain to my family and have put a scar in our life thanks for all the lies and false accusations and your broken promises all you guys did was lie…

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  21. Hello my name is Zack Steven and I have some questions for you wonderful people.
    How have Red Cross changed since World War II?
    How have Red Cross changed the way of getting any message across to the public?
    How much founding goes to refugees, and how much goes to Red Cross & Red Crescent?
    About how many refugees does Red Cross assist every month?
    How many people work in Red Cross?
    What did Red Cross do in World War 2?
    If you would reply to some of these questions it would fantastic
    Sincerely, Your Friend
    Zack Steven

  22. Please respond after you have read my earlier message because I need the answers, latest 1-2 weeks.

    Yours Truly
    Zack Steven

  23. Hi Zack! Some of your questions can be answered on our website, redcross.org. In particular, you can find more info about our work in World War II here: http://www.redcross.org/about-us/history/red-cross-american-history/WWII

    For your other questions, please reach out to our Public Inquiry staff: Redcross.org > Contact Us> General Inquiry form.
    Thanks for your interest!

  24. I will like to ask that I need to have sign language which that I am deaf, need to take class for CPR certification & First aids for deaf summer camp, thank you again.

  25. @Barbara Hi there! Please email our Training Support Center and they can discuss what options are available for CPR/First Aid certification for those who are hearing impaired. Their email address is: support[at]redcrosstraining[dot]org. Thank you!

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