Today the Red Cross is proudly hosting the White House forum on nonprofit leadership at our headquarters building in Washington, D.C. I had the honor of welcoming about two hundred guests to the event this morning in our Hall of service, where 100 years ago women volunteers rolled bandages for wounded soldiers during World War I.
Record Breaking Snowstorms…Relentless Wildfires…Large Tornadoes…Damaging Earthquakes…
Rinse and Repeat…
This is exactly what 2011 has looked like for the state of Oklahoma and for many places across the United States.
‘Tis the season to be preparing against a zombie invasion. Zombie movies have been trumping Vampire movies in theaters, and – unlike vampire movies – have a more prevalent preparedness message associated with them, which we naturally appreciate.
This week, on October 20, millions of Californians will participate in the 4th annual Great California ShakeOut, the largest earthquake drill in our nation’s history.
Approximately every 80 seconds someone will lose their home to a fire. That’s more than 63,000 fires a year that Red Cross volunteers across the country will respond to.