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, …
Last night, something absolutely scary and amazing happened. I sat in my living room, turned on my RADIO (well, maybe I was live streaming the radio station through the internet), …
Disaster management expert Nate Cooper is in Saint Lucia to assess damage from recent floods. He took a moment today to update us on his work from the national Red Cross headquarters in the city of Castries.
We’re gathering government, nonprofits, social technologists, and engaged citizens to begin evaluating the increased role of the public in disaster response in the age of the social web.
Your American Red Cross had a busy weekend responding to your neighbors all over the country. Stay tuned to the Disaster Online Newsroom for info about our responses.
Please give a hearty congratulations to Red Crosser Danelle who passed her Emergency Response Vehicle driving test today.
Periodically we like to remind you how our disaster operations work. Right now our Disaster Operations Center (DOC) is active responding to the floods in Middle Tennessee.
We are all first responders.
The money generously donated by the American people is one of the major reasons that today most people in Haiti have access to food and water and most earthquake survivors have a tent or tarp over their heads and basic relief supplies.
President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama stopped by our Disaster Operations Center to thank everyone who’s working hard to provide relief to people in Haiti. More photos