Post by Richard Reed, Senior Vice President, Disaster Cycle Services They say everything is bigger in Texas. They aren’t kidding. I’m writing to you from here in the Lone Star …
Raindrops Keep Falling on my Head!
I live in Southern California. If you’ve been locked in by snow for the past two months, you may not know this, but we’re suffering from the exact opposite problem …
The Top 5 Things to Do When A Winter Storm is Approaching
By: Dominick Tolli, VP Preparedness Health and Safety Services, American Red Cross When a winter storm is on the way your first inclination might be to get to the store …
We are in full-forward leaning mobilization for Isaac now. Here’s what’s happening in Haiti, and here’s how we’re readying people and supplies in Florida and the Gulf Coast. We offered …
Severe Weather Overnight
Follow @AlabamaRedCross and @ArkRedCross for updates on last night’s severe weather.
Fire and Ice: When Disasters Double Up
Photo courtesy of jasonbolonski on Flickr While the massive winter storm dumped snow all over the country, Red Crossers were hard at work sheltering people from the storm. However, that …
We have lots of dedicated Red Crossers tweeting about the midwest blizzard.
Shelter Map for the Blizzard
We had more than 70 shelters open last night because of the winter blizzard.
If you use Twitter, be sure to follow the #blizzard hashtag for news and updates and to use the #Imprepared hashtag to share how you got ready for this storm.
What We’re Reading
Our favorite chapter blog posts from this week.