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OUR PARTNERS

Become a Red Cross Partner

There are a number of ways your organization can help support the work of the American Red Cross and make the Bay Area a better and safer place to live.

  • Make a contribution to support our disaster relief, health and safety education, community preparedness and youth activities, armed forces emergency communications, and international services.


  • Sponsor a Red Cross event like CPR Saturday in March, which provides free adult CPR and lifesaving training to the community, or the International Gala, a special black tie affair in May which celebrates our mission and work in the Bay Area.


  • Use a Red Cross cause-related marketing promotion to help disaster victims throughout the Bay Area while meeting your business objectives and gaining positive recognition of your company brand.


  • Become a challenge partner for our fall or spring direct mail campaign. This is a unique opportunity to spotlight your organization to thousands of Bay Area residents and enhance our fund raising efforts by matching individual donations.

We would like to extend a warm and special thanks to these corporate and foundation donors who made our work possible last fiscal year (July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2019).

For more information on these and other partnership opportunities, please contact Charlotte Payton, at (415) 427-8086 or paytonc@usa.redcross.org.


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We rely on the generosity of local businesses to provide emergency services to the community. For over a decade, Pacific Gas and Electric Company has been an important partner of the Bay Area Chapter of the Red Cross and has provided critical funding for our disaster relief and emergency preparedness activities. We are very grateful for the company's ongoing support of our programs.

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