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3/15/2012 - Although this winter has been unseasonably mild for many parts of the country, the weather forecast makes it clear that it’s
The Department of Veterans Affairs Voluntary Services has chosen Joy Neulieb as the female Volunteer of the Year for 2011.
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3/12/2019 - Flooding Can Occur Anywhere In U.S.
Floods can occur anywhere, at any time, throughout the United States and cause more damage in this country every year than any other weather-related disaster.
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3/12/2019 - U.S. President Is Honorary Chairman of Red Cross
March is Red Cross Month, proclaimed by President Obama as a time to support the American Red Cross as it helps people in need here at home and around the world.
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3/9/2019 - Turn Clocks Ahead This Weekend
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3/9/2019 - Red Cross Supports Survivors through Social Services
As she stands in the porch of her temporary house, Masako Horoiwa holds her dog Meru tightly. The poor terrier is shivering with cold, but that is perhaps only part of the reason for her tight grip.
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3/8/2019 - For 100+ Years, Keeping Troops and Families Connected
From the days of the Civil War, the American Red Cross has played an important part in keeping troops and their families connected.
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3/7/2019 - Chloe’s Bows for Japan - One Year
On the surface, Chloe Collins is your average pre-teenager. During the day she’s a fifth grader at Sycamore Rocks Elementary School in Apple Valley, California and at night she juggles drama club and hanging out with friends and family.
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3/7/2019 - Chloe’s Bows for Japan - One Year
On the surface, Chloe Collins is your average pre-teenager. During the day she’s a fifth grader at Sycamore Rocks Elementary School in Apple Valley, California and at night she juggles drama club and hanging out with friends and family.
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3/6/2019 - Red Cross Helps Residents Pick up Pieces after Midwest Tornadoes
As clean-up continues in communities hit hard by last week’s tornadoes, the American Red Cross is offering shelter, food and relief supplies to help residents while also providing emotional support in the face of the tremendous loss.
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3/6/2019 - Red Cross Continues Tornado Relief Operation in Midwest, South
The American Red Cross is providing relief across multiple states after dozens of tornadoes swept through the South and Midwest on Friday.
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3/5/2019 - Ishinomaki Red Cross Nursing College
When a disaster strikes, Red Cross employee and volunteers are some of the first responders on the scene.
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3/4/2019 - Red Cross Provides Relief after Midwest Tornado Outbreak
The American Red Cross stands shoulder to shoulder with the thousands of people affected by this week’s devastating tornadoes, providing for their immediate needs.
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3/2/2019 - Red Cross Responds as Tornado Outbreak Sweeps Through Midwest and South
American Red Cross volunteers opened shelters Friday night across tornado devastated areas as they continued to respond to storms that affected those same areas earlier in the week.
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3/2/2019 - Preparedness Urged for Areas in Path of Midwest Tornadoes
The National Weather Service is predicting that strong tornadoes could hit parts of Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee today and the American Red Cross urges people who live in these areas to be prepared to respond if the storms materialize in their neighborhoods
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3/1/2019 - March is Red Cross Month
 President Barack Obama proclaimed “March is American Red Cross Month,” upholding a tradition that began nearly 70 years ago.
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2/29/2012 - Helping Military Families Cope with Deployments
With today’s pace of military deployments, the American Red Cross is not only reaching out to assist Armed Forces service members, but the family that serves alongside them.
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2/27/2012 - Red Cross Reunites Family Separated by War
Abdiaziz Warsame has lived in Minneapolis for the past six years, taking care of his son and anticipating a life without his wife.
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2/27/2012 - Flu Season Makes a Late Appearance
Our thoughts may be on spring, but reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicate that winter’s companion—seasonal influenza—is making a late appearance in the U.S.
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2/24/2012 - Preparing the Asian American Community is Team Effort
American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter’s successful Asian Community Preparedness program exemplifies how outreach to immigrant communities has a tremendous impact.
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2/23/2012 - American Red Cross Volunteers Answer Call to Support Service Members Overseas
A team of four American Red Cross workers are gearing up for their first overseas assignments in Kuwait and Afghanistan, where they will connect families through emergency communication services and morale-boosting activities for the troops.
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