Today is the first day of CPR/AED Awareness Week! Here at the Red Cross, we talk every day about the importance of getting trained for emergencies. However, this week we want to turn the spotlight on our readers and give you all a chance to share your thoughts on preparedness.
Memorial Day is just around the corner, and that means pools are opening, the weather is warming, and people are taking to the great outdoors to have some summer fun! …
These guys are taking back paternity and this week they discuss disaster preparedness. Hilariously. Happy day 3 of Hurricane Preparedness Week.
Today is Towel Day. I’m celebrating both by adding a towel to my preparedness kit today because a towel is about the most massively useful thing an interstellar hitchhiker can have.
Today’s New York Times has an article called Labels Urged for Food that Can Choke. We’re not taking a position but we do want to offer you a solution:
Demi Lovato visited Chile, This American Life covers relief efforts in Haiti, we’re in a commercial, and it’s cute baby photos in honor of Hurricane Preparedness Week.
This week (May 23 – 29) is Hurricane Preparedness Week, so we’re encouraging you to read, talk about, and take action to prepare yourself for hurricanes.
Find a class.
This hail storm in Oklahoma City gets truly wild at the one minute mark. While you see proof of nature’s power, we humbly offer you our tips for dealing with thunderstorms:
YouTube is celebrating their 5th birthday today. For us at the American Red Cross the site has served as a quick and effective way for us to speak with you in times of emergency, to teach you CPR, to make you laugh (hopefully), to ask you to volunteer, to inspire you to give blood, and to explain our service to armed forces program.