|Red Cross Responders assist residents after a tree collapsed on a Queens home.
Last Week in Review
- CBS2 reported on a tree falling on a Queens home where the Red Cross provided assistance to 11 individuals, including emergency lodging.
- Last Saturday, #LIRedCross volunteers were out installing smoke alarms and providing fire safety education in the community.
- It was a #FantasticFriday in the Greater NY Region as we welcomed three of our national leaders for a special Town Hall Meeting.
- In her latest column in the Greenwich Sentinel, Metro NY North Chapter CEO Stephanie Dunn Ashley encouraged all generations to work together and roll up their sleeves to donate blood.
- Last Wednesday, our SAF team brought lightly-used donated coats from Greenwich, CT to Veterans in Westchester County.
- The Bronx Times reported on a retaining wall collapse last Wednesday on Anthony Ave. where the Red Cross provided 12 adults and 3 children with emergency housing.
- Amidst a series of winter storms impacting the region, Long Island CEO Jose Dominguez talks to News12 Long Island about how to prepare for winter weather.
- In this new article published last week by Red Cross volunteer Barbara Gaynes, you can read about the work of DAT members through the experiences of residents who received their help.
- News12 Westchester, NY1 and CBS 880 radio covered the ongoing blood shortage, which includes a 20-year low in blood donors.
- What if in 2024 you can make a difference for people on the worst day of their lives? From a single-family fire to large-scale hurricane or flood, Recovery Care Caseworkers meet the disaster-caused needs of individuals and families by matching Red Cross assistance and community resources to their needs.
- Jan 27: Come join us at the In Person Volunteer Open House to discuss our open volunteer positions, answer questions and assist with the volunteer application process. Snacks will be provided after the presentation.