We have had a few major dust storms in the last few days, so that’s something you have to adjust to. It gets in your hair, your nose, down your throat, etc.
I can’t be there, and the only peace I find is that which comes from knowing that the best of the best – Red Cross disaster volunteers – are there in my place.
This Worldwide Wednesday Wrap-Up is courtesy of Scott Waggoner, from Cross Blog: Award-winning Red Cross news and views from Oregon and beyond Welcome to the Worldwide Wednesday Wrap-Up, in which …
Self-help: we decided to dig a little deeper into the topic. We want you to improve yourself to be ready for EVERYTHING and ANYTHING at ANY TIME. Here is a list of books that we think will have some great disaster preparedness appeal, as well as some self-help appeal.
Rock band Eve to Adam recently visited the Red Cross in Fairfield, NJ to give blood. Thanks, Alex and Guarev
I chose to write on this topic today because if I needed a reminder, perhaps others out there need a reminder as well. A reminder to be compassionate and generous – in whatever way is most comfortable and appropriate for you – when the images and stories on the news are about people you’ve never met and places you’ve never lived.
Tears came to my eyes as I read his email. My stepson served in Iraq, and I also lost my father to cancer just before I joined the Red Cross so I could relate to his story on several levels.
We decided to be Katniss’ “Preparedness Sponsor” and would provide her with the following items to be prepared for staying in the arena for multiple nights in unpredictable conditions.
In a bustling convention center amidst more than 4,100 independent school leaders, teachers, best-selling authors, exhibitors and even Bill Gates – there was me. I’m Kathryn Bluher, the AmeriCorps Communications …
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.