That’s right. We have our very own month. Starting with Franklin D Roosevelt in 1943, every sitting President has proclaimed March as Red Cross Month.
Welcome to the Weekly Worldwide Wrap-Up, in which we consolidate the international Red Cross and Red Crescent news into one list of bite-sized links for you. It’s a non-comprehensive sampling …
A lot of people ask will I return to Haiti. This morning, pangs of wanting to be there washed over me when Red Crosser Mat Morgan rang up while en route to Cite Soleil. I miss Haiti. I miss the people. I miss feeling inspired, in awe, in the thick of it,
While a massive relief operation is underway in Haiti, the American Red Cross continues its work in communities across the country.
The below was written by American Red Cross volunteer Wilfrid from the Miami Chapter. He’s aboard the USNS Comfort providing assistance to Haiti.
After college, Andrew wanted to make a difference for men and women serving abroad. He ended up working with the American Red Cross in Iraq, helping members of the armed …
A few links we’ve found interesting today: Cold weekend a dress rehearsal for Red Cross trainees [Who’s in the kitchen with the Red Cross? Volunteers! Find out exactly what goes …
Happy National Influenza Vaccination Week! Don’t worry, the action items for this week are easier to do than it is to say!
Our Chief Nurse Sharon Stanley will be answering any questions you have about H1N1 and seasonal flu vaccinations. She’ll be available for this live online chat right here on our blog.
Volunteering for the Red Cross is an unpredictable adventure. Best of luck to both teams! We’re hoping you stay safe and warm.