Tonight, TNT aired the season finale of Boston’s Finest. Viewers from all over the nation tuned in, wrapped in blankets trying to keep warm and forget the frigid weather outside. …
Today, the stars are aligned. At the Red Cross, we are fortunate to work with our celebrity donors and volunteers, as well as many television and film partners. Each day, …
The highlights of my year come in 2 kinds of categories. The first is personal and the second is Red Cross related.
Chicago Red Crosser Amy participated in Ellen’s Festive $10,000 Twitter Challenge. Can you spot her in this video?
Last year on Cyber Monday consumers spent nearly $890 million dollars online. Imagine the difference we could make if just a fraction of that money was spent on responsible, meaningful holiday gifts.
Last Tuesday night my apartment building in downtown DC had a 3-alarm fire
Similar Red Cross moments separated by 63 years.
Once out of the rubble, Jordanie was brought to the hospital where doctors were forced to remove his right leg. And while Jordanie never lost faith he would walk again, the leg that he has received has allowed him to get back to normal. “I can kick a soccer ball again, and walk,” he explained, “it’s a wonderful thing.”
At the Red Cross, volunteers are the steam that keeps our humanitarian service engine running. From our Hometown Heroes programs carried out by the chapters, to our most prestigious national volunteer awards, we try to recognize their efforts and immeasurable contribution to our work.
Happy National Coffee Day! We’re gonna need a little extra energy and preparedness to get through this week’s deluge: