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Want to help the people affected by ? Watch this short video to learn how you can make an immediate impact now!
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Today, local volunteer Steve Wise of New Lennox is deploying to Florida for . Steve is going to lead sheltering teams and recently deployed to Hurricane Florence where he led a megashelter in Winston-Salem, NC. Thank you, Steve!
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Oct 14
Today, Red Cross responders assisted with keeping residents comfortable after being evacuated due to a gas leak in the 5100 blk of Wabash Ave by providing snacks and water to 11 families until they could go back inside. Thank you, volunteers for being !
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Heart of America Oct 13
the Red Cross needs about 140 more blood drive hosts in this area in December, January and February to help meet the needs of patients this winter? Learn more and sign up to be a winter hero at .
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Oct 13
October is . Would you know what to do if you saw smoke or your home caught on fire? Would you be able to make it out of a burning building? Take this quiz to find out if you could escape a burning building in time:
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United Airlines Oct 12
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We’re also matching an additional $100,000 in donations to our partners. Please join us in supporting those affected by Tropical Storm Michael and other disasters.
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Oct 13
Thank you for helping support disaster relief!
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Oct 13
This morning, your local Red Cross volunteers are responding to 2 incidents including a fire on Springfield Avenue in the city and were on standby to help with an evacuation in Grundy County. Thank you to our Disaster Action Team for always being !
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Oct 13
Hurricane Michael has made communication a challenge. The free Red Cross Safe and Well website lets people register and post private messages, or to search for loved ones. Registrations and searches can be completed online or by texting SAFE to 78876.
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Heart of America Oct 12
Come to give blood or platelets with the in October & you'll automatically be entered to win 1 of 5 $500 gift cards. Schedule your donation & learn more at .
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Oct 13
As part of , volunteers installed free smoke alarms in the Little Village neighborhood yesterday. Want smoke alarms for your home? Make an appointment at
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Oct 12
Meet the first five local Red Cross workers to be deployed to :
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Red Cross Virginia Oct 11
Virginia is now under a State of Emergency due to Tropical Storm . This storm could bring heavy rains, flash flooding, high winds, power outages and tornados. Download the Emergency app to help prepare for any emergency.
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Heart of America Oct 12
Winter heroes needed! The Red Cross is calling on individuals and groups of all sizes to host blood drives this December, January and February and help saves. Learn more at .
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Oct 12
slammed into the Gulf Coast as the 3rd strongest hurricane in U.S. history. The extent of destruction is devastating and more than a million people are without power. The Red Cross is there providing food, shelter and comfort to those hardest hit.
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Oct 12
Our CEO Celena Roldan is one of the thousands of Red Crossers who have recently deployed to help with our hurricane responses. She is in North Carolina leading the Latino Outreach Initiative and helping to connect families with the many Red Cross resources.
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Oct 12
Hurricane Michael has caused untold devastation along the Gulf Coast and the American Red Cross is helping as relief operations continue for victims of Hurricane Florence.
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Oct 12
Over the course of five days, Hurricane Florence dumped an estimated 10 trillion gallons of water across the Carolinas, and more than 500 people are still in Red Cross shelters.
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Oct 12
Thursday night, almost 2,900 people stayed in as many as 37 Red Cross and community evacuation centers across Florida, Georgia and Alabama. The Red Cross has mobilized more than 1,000 trained disaster workers to support relief efforts across three states.
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Oct 12
Did you know that the and has installed more than 1.4 million free smoke alarms? For and every week, make sure to install and test smoke alarms in your home!
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