We’ve just been notified our video The Last Measle is a finalist in this year’s DoGooder Nonprofit Video Awards. The nominated video is below, but you must CLICK HERE to view the 16 finalists and vote.
Month: March 2010
What We’re Reading
Have you found any links on your internet travels that might affect the Red Cross? Share them in the comments.* Last Night’s DAT Call DAT (Disaster Action Team) calls never …
How To Be a Resilient Transit Rider
If you’re like me you may have wondered, “How would I handle something like this?” We’ve pulled together a bunch of sites that can help you be prepared for the smartest possible reaction to an event like this.
Welcome to New Celebrity Cabinet Members
Today we are announcing our newest Celebrity Cabinet members.
Celebrating Red Cross Month in Iraq
The first third of this video clip from the “Balad and Beyond” Pentagon news program shows how troops stationed at Joint Base Balad in Iraq have been celebrating Red Cross Month.
Haiti Video Diary: Mat Morgan
Mat is finishing his 6 week deployment in Haiti so this is his final video diary. He discusses 2 field visits he made this week and sums up his entire experience. We can’t wait to see you back home, Mat. Thanks for your amazing work.
Tweets of the Day
We love reading your tweets every day. Keep em coming! TheBGates The @RedCross sent me this donor tag. Didn’t realize that I had a rare blood type. It’s kind of …
We’re Here to Help
We’ve recently received a bunch of comments on Facebook, via email, and here from people concerned that we’re paying too much attention to Haiti and not enough to domestic preparedness and relief.
Weekly Worldwide Wrap-Up
Welcome to the Worldwide Wednesday Wrap-Up, in which we consolidate the international Red Cross and Red Crescent news into one list of bite-sized links for you. It’s a non-comprehensive sampling of the larger and/or more intriguing aspects of our global work…
Podcast #25: HIV in Haiti
Is it HIV or a voodoo curse? Visit a long-standing American Red Cross program in Haiti called “Together We Can” that educates youth and young adults about HIV through peer …