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Topic - American Red Cross
The American Red Cross shares helpful tips on how to prepare for the emotional struggles the anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing may elicit.
The American Red Cross is using its free Ready Rating plan to help businesses in Nebraska and other states prepare for severe weather and other disasters.
Officials with the American Red Cross say they're helping seven adults and two children who were left homeless after a fire destroyed their home in Providence.
The American Red Cross reports that a Reno-area family of three has been displaced after their home caught fire Sunday morning
Nonprofits proved in Colorado's most recent disasters that they're becoming more adept at responding to community crisis, but when disaster strikes a nonprofit - not just the community it serves - things can take a turn for the worst.
American Red Cross officials in North Dakota say they are assisting four families that lost their homes due to flooding in the northwest part of the state.
This year's brutal winter is causing problems with the blood supply in the St. Louis region.
American Red Cross chapters across the state will test their abilities to respond rapidly to natural catastrophes.
As Oklahomans continue to deal with earthquakes, the American Red Cross is reminding residents of a phone app that tells them what to do before, during and after a temblor.
The American Red Cross is moving its disaster supply center from Hattiesburg, Miss. to Dallas, partly it says as a cost-saving maneuver.
American Red Cross officials say 32 people have been displaced in an apartment fire in western Georgia.
Officials with the American Red Cross say they're helping 14 people in three families who were left homeless after a fire damaged a multifamily home in Providence.
It's simply too easy to forget the women of the Greatest Generation who helped the men as we pay homage this Veterans Day. One group of such women was with the American Red Cross, and one such woman was named Elizabeth Black.
Superstorm Sandy convinced me that I should do something new: raise money toward hurricane relief. If it weren't for the ease of nudging my friends and family to contribute by way of social media and online fundraising tools, I'm not sure I would have done it. I do know that I wouldn't have been as successful.
Superstorm Sandy has brought out generosity far and wide in the biggest U.S. relief effort for the American Red Cross and other groups since Hurricane Katrina swamped the Gulf Coast in 2005.