There has been a lot of “not in season” weather over the years. Yesterday’s tornado in Alabama being just one example.
With Old Man Winter finally hitting parts of the United States, ski resorts are doing their best snow dances, while everyone else is starting to buckle down for a long haul inside.
Volunteers come from many walks of life. For Francklin Morose, it’s much deeper than that— as his journey began with the world literally crumbling at his feet.
Before you get too many candles lit this season, the Red Cross and a few Muppets would like to share a few tips to prevent your holiday from going up in flames.
*this post came to us from the blog of Cindy Haskins Monro, in Arizona. During the holiday season there is always a significant drop in blood donations, when demand is …
You’ve found the perfect holiday tree, strapped it to the roof of your car and made it home…time to decorate!
The holidays are a time for celebrating and spending time with family and friends. It’s the most festive time of year – we decorate trees, light menorahs, share meals and smiles, and sing songs together.
With the premiere of “Breaking Dawn” upon us, we know that the Team Jacob/Team Edward rivalry is again in full swing
Thanksgiving – time for friends, family, football, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and most importantly – TURKEY!
Training America’s next leaders is nothing new to the American Red Cross. Ask any one of the hundred-thousand Red Cross volunteers age 24 or younger what life-enhancing skills they are learning