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American Red Cross

Meet David Coyle, he's a 94-year-old U.S. Army veteran who's donated over 40 gallons of blood. After receiving blood during a heart surgery in 2018, giving blood is his way of saying "thanks" to donors.
During #MardiGras in New Orleans, @ARCLouisiana manages first aid stations along major parade routes to help keep the community safe. #FatTuesday…
Lady Elli is one of our amazing youth volunteers who helps get students involved in their communities. Her experience with the Red Cross in the U.S. and the Philippines offers a unique perspective. Tap here to join us:
.@CindyCrawford is joining @AmericanCancer and @RedCross to shed light on an unexpected way to help cancer patients: donating blood. She tells us how one small act can make a difference and how her brother's death inspired her to join this important cause.
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Blood donations gave Stephenie an extra boost of energy when she needed it most. When you give blood, you’re helping to give time to cancer patients and their loved ones. #GiveBloodToGiveTime
Your financial contribution to disaster relief efforts allow us to deliver critical help to people who need it – anytime, anywhere:
In 1971, Vivian Hayes, a recreational program worker, visited the 101st Airborne, bringing games and quizzes. #TBT
Mariah & Hannah were walking home when they heard a commotion nearby. They rushed to the scene and found a man bleeding on the ground. Luckily, they were able to use skills from their Red Cross training to apply a tourniquet and help save his life. #LifesavingAwards
When you donate blood or make a financial gift, you’re helping ensure cancer patients receive access to the lifesaving treatment and care they need: #GiveBloodToGiveTime
“Over the 12 years of my military experience I’ve heard about Red Cross, saw it work for others. I was skeptical until I had to use it. Someday I hope to give back.” - Sergeant Cory Hicks
.@CindyCrawford was ten years old when her three-year-old brother Jeff passed away from leukemia. To raise awareness for blood donations to help cancer patients in treatment, she's partnering with us and @AmericanCancer. #GiveBloodToGiveTime
To celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth, baby Drew is wearing a shirt that showcases some of the contributions of black men and women over the years, including Dr. Charles Drew who laid the groundwork for our blood donation program.
“He may not have been here, and I also may not have been here if I had not gotten that blood. I am just grateful for it all.” Read how blood transfusions helped save Hannah and her son, Jennson. #GiveBloodToGiveTime
Over 700,000 people have sought safety in Cox's Bazar displacement camps. People are unable to leave the camps to seek medical care, which is why our first aid training is essential to saving lives.
Cardiac arrest claims thousands of lives in the U.S. every year. Our training courses take just a few hours, and they can help you save a life when every moment counts. #HeartMonth
If you’re hit with some harsh winter weather this weekend, remember to check on relatives, neighbors, and friends, particularly if they are elderly or live alone.
When Stephenie met Justin, she had just been diagnosed with blood cancer. Today, they’re celebrating Valentine’s Day in remission as a married couple. @AmericanCancer #GiveBloodToGiveTime #Valentine2020
Did you know @NWS reports that nearly half of all flood fatalities are vehicle related? As heavy rains pummel the South, remember these safety tips around flooding:
In 1947, Elizabeth Blake, a home nurse trained by the Red Cross, provided care for her patients with a smile. #TBT
Thanks to Shanna, members of the military and their families receive important communication messages during emergencies. Shanna is a @usairforce veteran, a certified CPR instructor, and she teaches youth disaster preparedness skills. 👏#airforceel
In the 1930s, our volunteers in the Staff Assistance Corps, Health Aid Corps and the Hospital Recreation Service wore these colorful uniforms.#NYFW #OOTD
#Cancer patients use more blood than patients fighting any other disease. And, there simply aren't enough people regularly donating blood to meet the need. That's why @RedCross is teaming up with @AmericanCancer to encourage people to #GiveBloodToGiveTime:
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Red Crossers in the 1940s were prepared for every season with these uniforms. #NYFW #OOTD
While serving snacks and refreshments to troops during WWI, our canteen volunteers wore this dress with a Red Cross patch. #NYFW #OOTD
At just 3 years old, @CindyCrawford's brother passed away from leukemia. Today, with us and @AmericanCancer, she shines a light on how blood donors play a vital role in the battle against cancer: #GiveBloodToGiveTime
When Military and Naval Welfare Service volunteers weren't helping service members, you could catch them in a jersey or cotton uniform dress. #OOTD #NYFW
Our Motor Corps volunteers sported these black overcoats with knee-high boots during WWI and WWII. #OOTD #NYFW
U.S. Air Force veteran Susan Bass decided to volunteer with the Red Cross because she remembers how we helped service members during her time overseas. Today she pays it forward through her work with military families. #WhyIVolunteer
To celebrate #NYFW, we'll be highlighting timeless Red Cross styles from the archives like this 1966 volunteer uniform. #OOTD
Kirsten Simpkins not only pays homage to her father’s legacy of blood donation and public service in February, but also throughout the year. She honors him every 56 days by giving blood: #BlackHistoryMonth
Hanna Malak is a Regional Donor Services Executive and former youth volunteer who is grateful for the opportunities he's been given to give back to his community and make lifelong friends. Read his Red Cross story.
In 1965, Red Cross volunteer Arelia Anderson used her sewing skills to help put together kits full of health, comfort and educational items for South Vietnamese children. #TBT
Over 1,200 trained volunteers responding to the worst Ebola outbreak in DR Congo risk their lives to stop the disease.
After a community was affected by a wildfire, we distributed relief kits to residents. When you chip in towards our disaster relief, you're helping bring people the things they need to get back on their feet.
🌋Volcanic Eruptions 🌧Tropical Storms 🏚Droughts Alongsi@CruzRojaSalSal we're teaching kids in El Salvador the first aid skills they need when the worst
Platelet transfusions can be a vital component of a cancer patient's recovery. Be a hero to someone in need – sign up to donate platelets: #WorldCancerDay
Manolita Gude had no clue that her desire to give back by donating blood would allow her to win tickets to Super Bowl LIV. Read more about her experience:
On the set of @fox4kc, quick action helped save a man’s life. Traffic reporter Kerri Stowell and others performed CPR on Dan Boos after he suffered a massive heart attack. Like them, you can learn this lifesaving skill: #LifesavingAwards
Braden is proof that blood donations help save lives. Thanks @NFL and @Panthers for sending him and his family to #SuperBowlLIV! #SuperBowlSurprise
This Minnesota couple from Cuba reached out to the Red Cross to help find their long lost sister. “I appreciate the Red Cross,” says Felipe, who was excited and happy to learn that his sister was alive and well. Tap here to read their story:
Despair turned to hope when this family's bunny was discovered beneath their tornado-destroyed home. Afterwards, we were by their side as they began the path towards recovery.
So, you’re having a party on Sunday for the big game? Here’s how to keep yourself and everyone else healthy as you all reach into that shared bowl of chips.
Sudden cardiac arrest can happen to anyone at anytime. That's why it's important for you to learn how to perform CPR. Register for a training course today.
#Throwback to 1969, when Red Cross staff worked in recovery centers to supply games and activities for wounded soldiers in the Vietnam War.
“My kids are afraid to come into the house now, so that’s why we are staying here outside grandpa's house in tents.” This is the story of how the earthquakes in Puerto Rico have affected one family, and what Red Crossers are doing to help. #temblorpr
Platelet Donor Pro Tip: Don't eat chicken wings hours before donating platelets, because, well... Watch this video for more.
Our response in Puerto Rico so far: 🍎💧Over 129K relief supplies distributed 🏚Continuing door-to-door outreach offering recovery support ⛑Over 260 disaster workers on the grou#temblorPRr82L
Aaron Slattery was in the military when he got an emergency message from the Red Cross. His dad had been diagnosed with brain cancer and was facing surgery. It was that experience that led to him to work for the Red Cross. Read his story.
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