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6/11/2019 - Celebrate World Blood Donor Day on June 14 – Donate Blood
World Blood Donor Day will recognize blood donors around the world, and educate people about the need for safe blood for transfusions.
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6/11/2019 - Flu Alert Now at Highest Level — Phase 6
WHO considers the outbreak to be moderate, meaning most people are recovering from H1N1 without needing medical care or hospitalization.
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6/10/2019 - Supreme Court Hosts Red Cross Women Leaders
The Tiffany Circle women and a few good men concluded the 2009 Tiffany Circle summit at the U.S. Supreme Court.
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6/9/2019 - Women Leaders Help Shape Future of American Red Cross
Each Tiffany Circle member brings her own unique story of service.
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6/8/2019 - Digital Transition Coming Soon
The upcoming transition from analog to digital television signals will have a real effect on the disaster preparedness plans.
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6/5/2019 - Why I Help - JJ Janousek
JJ Janousek has been a devoted worker with the American Red Cross for 22 years.
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6/4/2019 - Grant Makes it Possible to Train Nursing Students in Lifesaving Services
Susan and Bob Hassmiller believe the Red Cross mission can be improved through continuing involvement of nurses throughout all facets of front line service.
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6/4/2019 - Red Cross Water Safety Survey Highlights Need for Training before Summer Fun
A recent American Red Cross water safety survey illustrates that nearly half of those polled nearly drowned in their lifetime. One in four people know someone who has drowned.
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6/4/2019 - Student-Athletes Set To Begin Red Cross Training
The 2009-2010 American Red Cross/National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Youth Leadership Program launches its third year next week
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6/2/2019 - Hurricane Season Has Officially Begun – Are You Prepared?
Hurricane season began on June 1 and is here to stay through the end of November.
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6/2/2019 - Young Children Benefit from Water Safety Training
A few years ago Audrey Crawford and Abby Burgason learned a life-saving lesson during an American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim class at their community pool in Wickenburg, Arizona. The class is designed to introduce children, ages 4-7, to water skills.
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6/2/2019 - Make Plans to Give Blood This Summer
While you're thinking about that trip to the beach or the mountains, or how to keep the kids amused while they're out of school, have you thought about making an appointment to give blood?
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6/1/2019 - Make a Difference: Volunteering with the Red Cross
Across the country, the American Red Cross welcomed residents into shelters, and volunteers fanned out to feed, comfort and care for millions of people affected. Red Cross disaster workers sometimes moved from state to state as storms shifted or new storms formed.
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6/1/2019 - Working Together, Helping Millions: HOPE worldwide
The magnitude of services we deliver is due to the collaborative efforts of several organizations driven by the same mission.
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5/28/2009 - Thank You, Facebook Voters!
Red Cross wins second place in Bullseye Gives campaign
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5/27/2009 - Red Cross, Mother Nature and Fate Align in Wake of Johnstown Flood
It was the summer of 1977 and Kathy Lenzi never imagined what was to come.
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5/27/2009 - Hurricane Season Officially Starts on June 1
The American Red Cross is preparing for the 2009 hurricane season, and urges people who live in areas prone to big storms also prepare.
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5/26/2009 - "Binning" Farewell to Disaster
In the village of Egoda Uyana North, in southwest Sri Lanka, Sarath Fernando is using compost bins to reduce the impacts of disasters.
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5/21/2009 - Red Cross Plays Important Role in U.S. Soldiers Daily Lives
Not a day goes by when the American Red Cross doesn't help someone in the military through its Service to Armed Forces (SAF) program, according to Mark Hooper, Station Manager on Fort Drum in New York.
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5/21/2009 - Red Cross Helps Military and Loved Ones Stay Connected
Michelle Mays and the American Red Cross are an important link between the military personnel stationed at Camp Foster in Okinawa and their families back home in the United States.
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