Thanks to everyone who participated in our Save a Life Saturday events across the nation – over 10,000 people were trained in basic first aid/CPR! Enjoy the slide show and …
Follow the quakes, a true first aid story, expectations, and a song.
Roger Lowe, senior vice president of communications for the American Red Cross, participated in Red Cross efforts to prepare military families for emergencies earlier this month in Grafenwoehr, Germany. This was one of six family emergency preparedness events the Red Cross is doing this year with military families.
Well, it’s official…”Hood To Coast” is complete and Francisco made the final cut! What’s more, the fine film folks were nice enough to put together a short clip that highlights Kathy’s story and our efforts to get more people trained in CPR. Check it out!
If you are also welcoming a new bundle of joy or even if you just know someone who is, we can help get you ready (and suggest a few unique baby shower gifts).
There’s no need to obsess over what would happen to your pets if there were a big disaster, but we do encourage everyone who has a pet to make a plan.
We see lots of tweets about CPR out there. Keep it up and make sure you know how to perform.
Just a couple of days before the start of hurricane season, I decided to go see one of the American Red Cross disaster preparedness programs in Port-au-Prince.
Many people do not realize, and often the media does not make the distinction, that the ICRC is an independent organization distinct from the American Red Cross. The Red Cross activities referenced in recent news reports are being carried out by the ICRC in Afghanistan, not the American Red Cross.