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Winter is coming. Prepare your home and automobiles for the cold.
Are you working on your fall bucket list? Add "donate blood" to your plans! Make an appointment at
Disasters can be scary for kids. That’s why the American Red Cross is teaching children how to prevent emergencies and stay safe with free youth preparedness programs.
Everyone in your household should know two ways to escape from every room.
Blood and platelets are needed every two seconds for accident and burn victims, heart surgery and organ transplant patients, and those receiving treatment for leukemia, cancer or sickle cell disease. Please visit for additional information.
Keep this #FirstAid tip in mind when tending to cuts. Download our free Red Cross First Aid app for more tips:
The Central and Southwest Oklahoma chapter have been busy this week responding to storm damage across the area. If you have experienced damage and need assistance please call 1-800-Red Cross.
Type O+ and O- blood are the most in-demand blood types, helping patients facing life-threatening conditions & emergencies every day. Schedule your donation:
Volunteers comprise over 90% of the Red Cross workforce. They are extraordinary people, doing heroic work, in horrific circumstances. Thank you volunteers!
The American Red Cross has been helping military families for 140 years. If you'd like to help, please visit
It's #EmergencyNursesWeek! (October 10 - 16) A huge thank you to all emergency nurses and Red Cross-trained nurses for your readiness, dedication, and lifesaving work.
It’s been 13 years since a fire destroyed Quincy Benton’s home in Atlanta, Georgia. However, the lessons he’s since learned – and the gratitude he feels for the American Red Cross – have stayed with him. Read more here:…
Buy a safe costume for the kids.
A heartfelt thank you and welcome to our regional #Ready365 partners, who ensure we are ready for the unimaginable throughout Kansas and Oklahoma communities—365 days a year!
The Red Cross and the Martha Fire Department are partnering to offer free home fire safety information and smoke alarm installations on Saturday, October 16. If you live in Martha and need an alarm, please call 580-301-9147.
Be Red Cross Ready for wildfires with safety tips at
🚨 Red Cross volunteers are working with local and state officials to respond across the state to those affected by the storms last night. If you or someone you know has been affected and needs help, please call 1-800-Red-Cross (1-800-733-2767).�T2
Every day, the Red Cross needs to collect about 12,500 blood donations to meet the needs of patients at about 2,500 hospitals and transfusion centers across the country. Please visit to make an appointment.
A tornado watch has been issued for portions of south-central Oklahoma into central Texas until 2 AM CDT. A few tornadoes, large hail up to 3 inches, and wind gusts up to 80 mph are possible. Stay weather aware for possible warnings in your area. #okwx #txwx
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Be Red Cross Ready for severe weather this evening and tonight. Ensure your NOAA weather radio is operable. Download the Red Cross Emergency App. Be ready to move to your storm shelter. Find apps - or check your app store.
Stay weather aware this afternoon and into the overnight. Potential for weather conditions exist. Download the Red Cross Emergency App or a weather app to receive alerts for your area.
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Inspire hope. Comfort your neighbor. Help your community. Be ready to stand up when disaster strikes and put on the Red Vest. Join Red Crossers like Annie and Brittney and volunteer to serve those in need. Volunteer:
There is a 30% risk of large hail and damaging straight-line winds and a 15% risk of tornados across much of Oklahoma this evening and tonight. Some tornados may be large and long-lived. Be Red Cross Ready for severe weather with safety tips at
Be weather aware this weekend, especially Sunday evening. Keep your Red Cross weather apps available and stay safe! Find apps - or check your phone's app store.
There is a 30% risk of large hail and damaging straight-line winds, and a 10% risk of a tornado, on Sunday evening and night, in portions of northeastern Texas, central Oklahoma and southeastern Kansas. Be Red Cross Ready for tornados with safety tips at
It is National Hispanic Heritage Month and the American Red Cross is celebrating by recognizing the many Hispanic employees, volunteers, donors and partners who give their talent, time and treasure to the Red Cross humanitarian mission.
The vast majority of home fires are preventable.
Northern Oklahoma chapter volunteers MaryJac and Karen recently spent the day at Seiling Public Schools teaching the Pillowcase Project to the Fourth Grade class! Learn more about the Pillowcase Project and other children preparedness programs here:
Time to test your smoke alarm.
Red Cross blood donor turnout has reached the lowest level of 2021 as many delayed giving amid back-to-school prep, return to workplaces & recent surge in COVID-cases. Your donation is needed ASAP to alleviate an emergency blood & platelet shortage. Give:
Teach children how to escape a home fire. Find more information at
Take a lifesaving training course from the comfort of your couch! You never know when the skill you learn might save your loved ones life! View our online trainings:
Smoke alarms are integral to the survival of your family in a fire emergency! Do you have why you need? If you don’t, you might not have the time you need to escape the toxic smoke and heat. #nationalfirepreventionweek2021 #plantosurvive #betheknightinshiningarmorforyourfamily
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Check the expiration date on your smoke detector. Even with fresh batteries, your smoke detector may not work properly if it's expired. Replace your smoke alarms every 10 years.
Red Cross disaster response is possible because of volunteers like you. Come join our team and help your community:
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In the 2 hours it takes to rake a yard, 3,600 units of blood or platelets may be transfused to patients. Schedule your appointment today at
Help support blood drives in your community as a Blood Donor Ambassador volunteer. Find out more and sign up today:
Having a stable blood & platelet supply is our best defense against a shortage for patients in need. We have an immediate, critical need for blood donors, especially those with O & B blood types, & platelet donors. Will you join our lifesaving team?
Are you a licensed RN, LPN, LVN? American Red Cross has an urgent need for healthcare volunteers to provide basic assistance to shelter residents during this hurricane and wildfire season. Free online training is available now. Learn more:
🍂 You autumn know... There's an immediate, critical need for blood & platelets. 🍂 Seasons may change, but the need for blood, platelet & plasma donations is constant. Ready to fall into the habit of donating? Sign up
Which disasters are common where you live? ☂️ ☁️ 🌪️ 🌀 Whatever you may face, make sure you have a family emergency plan#NationalPreparednessMonthta6
Regional Philanthropy Officer Scott Coleman presented to the Claremore Rotary Club today about the need for volunteers within the Red Cross. If you'd like to learn how you can volunteer in your local community go to We have a place for you! ❤️
Be a part of the team and tackle the critical need for blood & platelets. Don't fumble the chance to help save lives – sign up to give at
There is a 5% to 10% risk of large hail and damaging straight-line winds this afternoon and evening in portions of southwestern Oklahoma. Be Red Cross Ready for severe weather with these safety tips.
Every 2 seconds, someone in the U.S. needs blood. Be an MVP for patients in need by giving blood or platelets! Don't pass on this opportunity to help – sign up to give now:
Kansas and Oklahoma Regional Chief Executive Officer Alice Townsend presents Tulsa Area Chapter Board member Tralynna Scott her Tiffany Circle bracelet. Tralynna joins 14 other women in the Tiffany Circle in the KSOK region. Learn about Tiffany Circle:
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