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American Red Cross 17h
Today we’re participating in the World's Largest Swimming Lesson () to teach children and adults the importance of learning to swim.
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Make It Better 18h
Join Tiffany Circle, a community of women leaders who advance the mission through a focused investment of time, talent and treasure. Learn more at: .
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ChicagoRedCross 20h
needs blood donors! Join us at our Chicago office at 2200 W Harrison Street in the on June 28 from 8AM-6PM. Sign up here:
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ChicagoRedCross 22h
On this soggy first day of summer, the American Red Cross wants to remind everyone what steps they can take to stay safe in any and all weather conditions.
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ChicagoRedCross 22h
Did you know every 2 seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood? You can help keep lifesaving blood products on the shelves by signing up to donate. The Chicago Red Cross has a drive at our office one week from today! Sign up here:
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ChicagoRedCross Jun 20
Yay Olivia! She's one of our for donating her birthday to encourage blood donations for Sickle Cell patients. Inspiring!
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ChicagoRedCross Jun 19
The Chicago Red Cross had a great meeting with our Umoja committee discussing how to recognize the contributions of African Americans and others who’ve helped better and unify our local community and within the Red Cross
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American Red Cross Jun 18
Temperatures are rising around the country this week. 🌞Check out these heat safety tips:
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American Red Cross Jun 18
Imagine a world with no O's. If you have type A, B or O blood and have never donated before, or who have not donated recently, you are the . Make a donation appointment today at
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ChicagoRedCross Jun 16
Here are 2 Red Crossers responding to one of a couple home fires that happened so far today in Chicago. The provided help with housing and food for 4 families.
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ChicagoRedCross Jun 16
Thank you to everyone who came out to our blood drive at Malcolm X College with !
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American Red Cross Jun 15
This week we kicked off the campaign! A, B and O blood types are missing – help bring them back for patients who are counting on us. Make a donation appointment at
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ChicagoRedCross Jun 15
It's going to be hot this weekend! Here are Red Cross tips to stay safe and beat the heat:
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ChicagoRedCross Jun 15
Help the blood supply meet the diverse needs of patients. Give blood w/the . Join us 6/16 9A-1P at Malcolm X College:
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ChicagoRedCross Jun 14
needs blood donors of all ethnicities to help meet the diverse needs of patients. Join us 6/16 9A-1P at Malcolm X College:
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ChicagoRedCross Jun 14
What if the letters A, B & O went missing? Y_u w_uld n_tice. Well, A’s, B’s & O’s are also main blood types & they do go missing from hospital shelves. Help the fill the by giving blood or platelets. Schedule now at
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ChicagoRedCross Jun 14
Today, June 14th is . Everyday thousands of patients across the United States rely on the generosity of blood donors. Thank you for donating blood!
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ChicagoRedCross Jun 13
Thank you and congratulations to all of our volunteers who received special recognitions tonight! We are so grateful to ALL of our volunteers!
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ChicagoRedCross Jun 13
This is the joyful face of a Red Cross volunteer. Pam is receiving our Disaster Services Award tonight. She was a home fire victim, and has since dedicated her life to helping other home fire victims. She has responded to over 300 fires!
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ChicagoRedCross Jun 13
60 YEARS OF SERVICE: Tonight we are celebrating our volunteer, Nancy Brooks Edison, for her 60 years of service to the Red Cross! We presented her with a special disaster vest and recognition pin, but nothing can live up to what she has done for others
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