Eisner Museum Exhibit Commemorates Red Cross 125th Anniversary
This year the American Red Cross celebrates its 125th anniversary. To
commemorate this milestone, the Eisner-American Museum of Advertising & Design in Milwaukee, Wis., is hosting an exhibit chronicling the history and service of the American organization.
Red Cross Engages Partners to Boost Future Response
Even as the American Red Cross continues to feed families affected by last
year’s hurricanes, the organization took another step in its efforts to meet future disaster needs by hosting a candid panel discussion with national relief agencies that partner with the Red Cross.
Severe Weather Brings Tornadoes and More to Central U.S.
Wicked weather conditions pummeled the Midwest this weekend, as tornadoes, hail and floods struck at once across parts of Kentucky, Indiana, Missouri, Kansas and beyond.
Red Cross Supports Shipboard Katrina Evacuees
During the six-month emergency phase following Hurricane Katrina, the American
Red Cross provided clothes and supplies for New Orleans city workers living on
docked ships made available by the Carnival Cruise Line.
Mardi Gras is New Orleans’ spring tonic
The sights and smells of New Orleans after Katrina last September are forever
burned into my memory, but they have been supplanted by festive crowds and
parades for Mardi Gras.
March is American Red Cross Month
What began as a way for the Red Cross to promote its services to the communities it serves and to raise funds to cover the costs associated with them has become a celebration of the unique and vital role it plays in local neighborhoods across the country.
Fixing the Red Cross: Unnecessary Roughness
An open letter to the American public from Jack McGuire, American Red Cross Interim President and CEO, and Bonnie McElveen-Hunter, Chairman of the American Red Cross.