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Empowering people in the San Francisco Bay Area to prevent, prepare for and respond to disasters and emergencies.
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Red Cross Bay Area Nov 17
is November 28th! Mark your calendars now, and join us, with four great ways to give!
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Red Cross Bay Area Nov 16
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Red Cross Bay Area Nov 16
From October 1st to November 15th, while numerous local volunteers were deployed, others responded to 68 local home fires, assisting 232 adults and 70 children with emotional support & financial assistance for emergency lodging, food & clothing needs.
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Red Cross Bay Area Nov 16
From October 1st to November 15th, while many local volunteers were deployed, other local volunteers responded to 14 local home fires, assisting 24 adults and 13 children with emotional support and financial assistance for emergency lodging, food and clothing needs.
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Red Cross Bay Area Nov 15
This Thanksgiving, help the American Red Cross by practicing fire safety in your home. Always check the kitchen before going to bed. Did you know that half of home fire deaths result from fires reported between 11pm and 7am?
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Red Cross Bay Area Nov 15
to , if you’re struggling after a disaster you’re not alone: offers 24/7 emotional support.
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Red Cross Bay Area Nov 13
What do kitty litter, flares and bottles of water have in common? Find out on this week’s Report.
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Red Cross Bay Area Nov 13
Red Cross has opened 2,300+ wildfire cases, reaching 6,200+ people. Help is still available. CALL or STOP BY today!
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Red Cross Bay Area Nov 13
Today is . Give a . . Be the change you wish to see in the world.
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Red Cross Bay Area Nov 10
1st responders are there to save people in physical danger, but no response is complete w/o psychological first aid.
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Red Cross Bay Area Nov 8
PLS SHARE: One month after the devastating California wildfires, Red Cross caseworkers continue to help residents with the recovery process.
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Red Cross Bay Area Nov 8
It’s been four years since Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines. Red Cross has been on the ground helping.
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Red Cross Bay Area Nov 7
The Red Cross is still working to reconnect loved ones through mobile hotspots in Puerto Rico.
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Red Cross Bay Area Nov 7
Major milestone in the fight against , as reports that measles deaths fell below 100k last year for 1st time ever.
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Red Cross Bay Area Nov 7
In the last 10 weeks we've launched wide-ranging relief efforts to help people devastated by disaster:
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Red Cross Bay Area Nov 7
Disaster Distress Helpline: Call 1-800-985-5990 or Text "TalkWithUs" to 66746 or visit
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Red Cross Bay Area Nov 3
It's that time of year to . Working smoke alarms cut your risk of death or injury from a home fire in half.
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Red Cross Bay Area Nov 3
Prepare now for the unexpected by keeping the American Red Cross Care Network contact info: 877-272-7337
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Red Cross Bay Area Nov 3
This animated data map shows emergency vehicles relocating across America where and when it was needed.
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Red Cross Bay Area Nov 3
Spirit of community flourished in wildfire shelter via
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