There’s still time for you to do the same.
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
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.
So I decided to share with the students the lessons I’ve learned since working for the Red Cross in hopes that it would encourage them as they contemplate their own futures.
On July 21 and 22, American Red Cross CEO Gail McGovern traveled to Port-au-Prince, her fifth visit to Haiti since last year’s devastating earthquake.
Starting the American Red Cross, wearing service uniforms, volunteering from the viewpoints of Patrick Pannett and Joe Hansen.
Community-based volunteers [One Blog post from our own Abi Weaver] First-Person Singular [Washington Post profile of Gail McGovern] Where to live to avoid a natural disaster [NYTimes] Stephen searches for …
What can modern leaders learn from his example?
The money Americans gave after the earthquake literally kept hundreds of thousands of Haitians alive
A year ago today, we saw horrific images coming out of Haiti.