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Why does the Red Cross use Twitter?

We use it nationally to give people real time resource information during disasters. Individual Chapters may use it for any number of purposes, but all of us would love to hear from you.

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Alabama
Alabama
West Alabama (Tuscaloosa)
Alabama Gulf Coast
Alabama and Central Gulf Coast (Blood)
Arkansas
Greater Arkansas

Arizona
Grand Canyon
Southern Arizona Chapter

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Santa Cruz County
San Diego/Imperial Counties
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Colorado
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Connecticut
Connecticut

District of Columbia
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Florida
Collier County
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Tallahassee
Tampa
South Florida
Southern Gulf Region
SW Florida
South Florida

Georgia
Greater Atlanta
Central Georgia 
Eastern Georgia
Colombus
Georgia (Blood)

Hawaii
Hawaii 

Idaho
Idaho
Lewis and Clark Region (Blood)

Illinois
Central Illinois
Chicago
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Indiana
Bloomington
Northeast Indiana
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Greater Indianapolis
Tippecanoe County
South Bend
Warrick
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Indiana-Ohio (Blood)

Iowa
Central Iowa

Kansas
Kansas Capital
North Central Kansas 
Wichita
Kansas (Blood)

Kentucky
Big Rivers
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Greater Alleghenies (Blood)
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Louisiana
Central Louisiana
Southeast Louisiana (New Orleans)
Baton Rouge

Maine
Southern Maine
Mid Coast

Maryland
Central Maryland
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Massachusetts
Cape Cod
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Michigan
Greater Grand Rapids
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Washtenaw County
Mid-Mich
Greater Lakes Region (Blood)
Detroit (Blood)

Minnesota
Twin Cities
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Mankato

Mississippi
Mississippi

Missouri
Greater Kansas City
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Joplin
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St. Louis (Blood)

Montana
Montana

Nebraska
Omaha
Cornhusker Chapter (Southeast Nebraska)
Colombus
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Nevada
Northern Nevada

New Hampshire
New Hampshire

New Jersey
Southern New Jersey
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New Mexico
Four Corners

New York
Buffalo
Greater New York
Wayne County
Mohawk Valley
Nassau
Northeastern New York
Rochester
Westchester
Southwestern New York
Southcentral
Ulster County
Mohawk Valley

North Carolina
Cabarrus County
Cape Fear
Greater Carolinas
Greensboro Chapter
Triangle Area
Haywood
Burke County
Onslow (Jackson)
Carolinas Region (Blood)
Mid-Atlantic Region (Blood)

North Dakota
North Dakota/Western Minnesota

Ohio
Cincinnati Area
Darke County
Northwest Ohio
Greater Columbus
Hancock
Union County
Mad River
Ohio River Valley
Cleveland
Pickaway County
Dayton
Lorain County
Central Ohio (Blood)
Western Lake Erie (Blood)
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Oklahoma
Oklahoma
Tulsa Area (Blood)
Tulsa Area Red Cross School Clubs

Oregon
Oregon Trail
Southern Oregon Chapter

Pennsylvania
Berks County Red Cross
Greater Lehigh Valley
Mercer County
South Central Pennsylvania
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Susquehanna Valley
Butler County
Southwestern Pennsylvania
Penn-Jersey Region (Blood)

South Carolina
Carolina Lowcountry
Central South Carolina
Upstate South Carolina
South Carolina (Blood)

Tennessee
Blount County
Hiwassee
Chattanooga Area
Mid South
Jackson
Knoxville
Tennessee Valley Region (Blood)

Texas
Central Texas
Chisholm Trail
Dallas
El Paso
South Plains Region
Southwest Region (Blood)
Texas Panhandle
Rio Colorado
Corpus Christie
Houston

Utah
Utah (Salt Lake)

Vermont
Vermont and New Hampshire Valley

Virginia
Southeastern Virginia
Suffolk
Richmond
Roanoke
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Washington
Mount Baker
Pullman
Rainier
Western Washington Region
Southwest Washington

West Virginia
West Virginia Region
North Central West Virginia

Wisconsin
South Central Wisconsin
Western Wisconsin
Madison, Wisonsin
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Northeast Wisconsin
Badger-Hawkeye Region (Blood)

Wyoming
Wyoming Valley

74 Responses to “Twitter”

  1. [...] >> Follow the Red Cross on Twitter [...]

  2. [...] next week, please check out Red Cross chapters’ Twitter activities, [...]

  3. Please encourage California’s Red Cross chapters to get on Twitter. Great idea.

  4. I would like to see this mandated throughout the disaster structure. Not just for the big disasters, but residential fires etc.

  5. Could you add the Mile High Chapter to this list? “redcrossdenver”

  6. My wife and I are long time donators, however we are about to quit Red Cross and donate to other providers because we have asked the Red Cross telephone solicitation to remove us from the telephone harassment list over 9 times.

    This is out of hand. The last time my wife was sick and I told the operator to remove us. This particular call was for my wife and the operator said only my wife can talk to him. She woke up for the call and told him again, for the 9th time to stop calling and we would donate at work the next time… however, now we are reevaluating our volunteer spirit.

    Red Cross… STOP phone harassment as you will loose more donors than just us.

    -Charles & Susan White

  7. [...] Below are recent tweets from local Red Cross chapters. Find out if a chapter near you is tweeting. [...]

  8. Please add the Darke County Chapter in OHIO as the newest twittering chapter, DarkeCyRedCross. Thanks!

  9. through the Red Cross I have regained a focus in my life! I am now not only an instructor but also an EMT and love what I am doing and have many ways to be envolved! Thank you Red Cross!
    Dawn

  10. These Twitter feeds are a great step forward! We are now following all of these feeds from our own feed @CDCemergency and will happily follow any other local chapter feeds that are added in the future. It is our hope at CDC that the growing network of federal, state, local, and NGO/NPO Twitter feeds will strengthen the nation’s response capacity. Thanks, Red Cross, for being a great partner and great innovator in social media!

  11. Is there a Canadian Red Cross chapter using Twitter?

  12. What e-mail address do you use to send a twitter invite to the ARC?

  13. Please add “Red Cross of the Greater Lehigh Valley” to the PA list of chapters on Twitter. We are known as “glvredcross” and we have also recently joined Facebook as “Glv Red Cross.” Thanks.

  14. Lee County FL is now on Twitter & one of their volunteers is in ND and the Naples FL newspapers is printing his blogs. Need to recruit him into PA. He is great.

  15. Rons blogs and video from ND
    http://www.naplesnews.com/news/banner/

  16. Glad to see ARC on Twitter. Just reco’d you to my tweeps. I used to be an ARC volunteer (overseas and stateside). ;-)

    Looking forward to seeing more chapters on Twitter (VA, SC).

  17. Montana Red Cross is now on Twitter! http://twitter.com/MontanaRedCross

  18. If you could please add the Red Cross of Greater Idaho to your twitter list. http://www.twitter.com/RedCrossIdaho/

    Thanks!

  19. Can you add the Idaho Chapter to your twitterlist? ‘RedCrossIdaho’

  20. How can I get our local or area Red Cross to subscribe to Twitter? Is this an option open to all area Red Cross locations? Do you encourage using Twitter at these locations? Just wondering….

  21. please add Arc_SoMe to the Twitter list. Southern Maine chapter.

    Thanks!

  22. The Santa Cruz County Chapter has a Twitter account: sccredcross.

  23. Follow our Bloomington Indiana chapter on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/redcrossinbloom

  24. The Triangle Area Chapter in Raleigh NC is on the Tweet! http://www.twitter.com/tacdisaster

  25. greater boston chapter isn’t on twitter yet?

    come on, gang, it’s one of the nerdiest cities in the US!

  26. Hello Red Cross! This is Anna from the Community Disaster Education program at the Greater Los Angeles Chapter! We are on twitter too! RedCrossCDE is our username. We provide constant preparedness tips as well as other good information. Thanks for all you do!

    Best,
    Anna

  27. Red Cross of Ottawa County Michigan is now on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/RedCrossOttawa

  28. The Transylvania County Chapter, NC is now on Twitter at twitter.com/transredcross.

  29. The Red Cross El Paso Area is now on Twitter at http://twitter.com/RedCrossElPaso

  30. The South Central Wisconsin American Red Cross is now on Twitter too! http://twitter.com/scwiredcross

  31. Could you please add the Greater Somerset County Chapter (NJ)?
    http://twitter.com/gsccRedCross

    Check us out!

  32. [...] Twitter [...]

  33. How about including the Cincinnati Area Chapter?

    http://twitter.com/CinciRedCross

  34. [...] Twitter [...]

  35. The Southwestern Indiana Chapter is now on Twitter!
    http://twitter.com/EvvRedCross/
    Thanks!

  36. Dear members of the red cross ,my name is Job Jr. Diaz, I’m a peruvian student, I’m at a team of students from peru, we need your help please. We want to do a interview about red cross to prevent accidents and injuries, but we need the name and e-mail of one contact to do this interview,so this contact has to work in the red cross,i don’t know if this is possible, this interview is to a project from university. Also our teacher will talk with the contact. We have some questions about red cross:
    which had been the most important or significant help done by the red cross?
    nowdays, have the presidents of each country been helped to your organization?
    what organizations or people help you?
    is an economic assistance?
    there was a situation when the assistance or help provided for the red cross and it wasn’t enought?
    which countries do you think need the help of the red cross?
    nowdays, Does the red cross has enought volunteer workers?
    Could you help us please? Thanks
    Sincerely

    Jr. Diaz

  37. Dear members of the red cross ,my name is Job Jr. Diaz, I’m a peruvian student, I’m at a team of students from peru, we need your help please. We want to do a interview about red cross to prevent accidents and injuries, but we need the name and e-mail of one contact to do this interview,so this contact has to work in the red cross,i don’t know if this is possible, this interview is to a project from university. Also our teacher will talk with the contact.

    Could you help us please? Thanks
    Sincerely

    Jr. Diaz

  38. The Greater Manchester Chapter is now on Twitter.

  39. Hello Red Cross!
    This is Anna from the Greater Los Angeles chapter. We’ve changed our twitter name! We are now twitter.com/prepareLA. Please add us! Thank you!

    Anna

  40. Please add the SW Colorado Chapter to the Twitter list. SWCOREDCROSS

  41. Southern Arizona Chapter is now on Twitter. Can you please add us to this list? http://twitter.com/RedCrossSAZ
    5301 E. Broadway Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85711

  42. Please add the American Red Cross of Southwestern NY to your twitter list. We are @ARC_SWNY

  43. Please add American Red Cross Collier County Chapter in Naples, FL to the Twitter list.
    Follow us:
    @redcrosscollier

  44. The Mid Alabama Region is now on Twitter! Please add us to your Twitter list and follow us: @Mid_AL_RedCross

  45. Please add the Texas Panhandle Chapter to the Twitter list
    @TXPanhandleChp

  46. The Southern Arizona Chapter is also on twitter. Please add us to your list.

    @RedCrossSAZ

  47. Please add the Jersey Coast Chapter to the twitter list. http://twitter.com/JCCRedCross

  48. Hi! Please add the Southeastern Pennsylvania Chapter to this list. We are @RedCrossPhilly. Thank you!

  49. [...] Twitter [...]

  50. [...] Twitter [...]

  51. Could you please add the Southwest Oklahoma Chapter to the twitter users……. @swoarc

    Thanks

  52. Hi,

    Do you know of a similar list for international Red Cross updates? We are PCS’ing to Okinawa, Japan and would like to keep informed.

    Cheers,

    Leon

  53. Leon – Check out @Federation to see if they’re keeping track of all the national society updates.

  54. The West Alabama Chapter is also on Twitter http://twitter.com/bamaredcross, @bamaredcross.

  55. Tulsa Area Chapter is also on Twitter http://twitter.com/TACSchoolClubs and http://twitter.com/tulsaredcross. Visit us and say “Howdy.” It’s cold here in T Town a whopping 6 degrees. BRRR…. Wind chill factor is 11 below. Yikes!

  56. This is some really information, I just finished my paper for class and wish i would had found this article sooner. You may have just made me a regular :)

  57. Question, I see people on facebook starting their own “fan” sites or whatever they’re called to collect money. Is it illegal for people to set up stuff like that and asking people to send money to his paypal account? I know its not safe but he said he’s got pictures of himself on there and he’s donating all the money. I know it would be nice to believe people when they say that but sometimes the worse people come out in the worst of times. Is it illegal wether he’s or not?

  58. Follow the Connecticut Chapter of the American Red Cross on Twitter! We are at CTRedCross.

  59. The STUDENTS IN HAITI are ready for the Red Cross to start disbursing some of those funds to help them RECONSTRUCT their lives with respect to EDUCATION.

    Why is it that the RED CROSS is holding on to the money and not releasing it right now? WHY?

    Please support the HAITI STUDENTS SUBSCRIBED AND WAITING FOR HELP at haitiecole.com

  60. The rapid development of Twitter third party applications amazes me! Every time I think I have everything that I need to maximize my Twitter tool box I am introduced to one more great platform – thank you for the introduction to “Nearby Tweets.” I can see a dozen ways to add value to my coaching clients and to my follow community through this application. The was a nice comprehensive overview of the selected services. Thank you for bringing this to light.

    I also like the http://tinyurl.com/y8wqgap/ at the end, like you have it

  61. Please add the Red Cross, Southern Tier Chapter to this list in Endicott, NY @RedcrossSTier
    Thank you!

  62. Could you please add in a New Hampshire listing and add the Red Cross Granite Chapter. We are RedCrossGC. Thanks!

  63. 2 California chapters:
    The American Red Cross of Ventura County and San Luis Obispo are on Twitter
    http://www.twitter.com/redcrossventura
    http://www.twitter.com/sloredcross
    Can we be added to the list please?
    Thank you

  64. [...] RedCross on Twitter (Stati Uniti – Croce Rossa) [...]

  65. Hi!

    I just saw that you dont have the Mid-Michigan chapter of the American Red Cross listed. It’s twitter is: RedCrossMidMich!

  66. Could you please add @redcrossSEVA to the list. Thank you!

  67. Please add @redcrossSA — San Antonio Area Chapter — to this list.

  68. I noticed the Central Iowa Twitter link is not correct. It should be http://twitter.com/#!/RedCrossMidIowa Thanks for posting these!

  69. Just wanted you to add our twitter account to the complete listing by states. Thanks so much-

    NashRedCross

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  71. Please add to your list of Red Cross Chapters using Twitter
    (on this page-> http://redcrosschat.org/twitter/ )

    Texas
    Greater Houston Red Cross

    http://twitter.com/houstonredcross

  72. Thank you very much for this wonderful share.

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  74. Please add @RedCrossValley to the list- the official twitter account of the Mohawk Valley Chapter (New York.) Thanks!

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