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Thanks to you, the Red Cross is empowering people to perform extraordinary acts in the face of unimaginable loss.
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North Florida Jan 10
In the first ten days of this year, we have responded to multiple home fires in our northeast Florida community. Volunteers helped 38 families – a total of 116 people – recover in the New Year. To our disaster responders, we couldn’t do it without you!
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North Florida Dec 22
A special thanks to all of the volunteers who will give up spending the holidays with friends and family to help someone in need! We are so proud to be a part of such an amazing organization!
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North Florida Dec 18
Tonight, Red Cross volunteers are sheltering more than a hundred residents forced to evacuate their apartment after a fire this morning.
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North Florida Dec 18
Volunteers are responding to a large evacuation of an apartment complex on Phillips Hwy due to a fire. More details to follow.
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North Florida Dec 11
We want to thank for showing our volunteers such a good time on Friday night! Also, a big thanks to their fans who generously supported while at the event!
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North Florida Dec 5
A big THANK YOU to ! Your support makes our work possible!
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North Florida Nov 28
Make sure no family goes hungry after disaster strikes. $30 can provide 3 meals:
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North Florida Nov 28
Help families affected by disasters sleep comfortably in shelters. $25 could provide 5 blankets:
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North Florida Oct 31
Say hello to Peaches, our Pet Visitation Dog, showing off her wild side at the Gainesville VA Party!
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Roberto Baltodano Oct 7
La Cruz Roja ayuda a todos por igual, sin importar raza, nacionalidad, orientación sexual u estatus migratorio
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North Florida Sep 25
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North Florida Sep 22
Volunteers getting supplies out to Marion County residents this week.
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North Florida Sep 22
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North Florida Sep 21
Destin & Lexiann are “Volunteers in Training" - they stay busy helping out while we work with their parents on .
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Florida Blue Sep 21
Sheltering and feeding is the bulk of what does after disasters and that is a large part of where fundraising dollars go.
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Florida Blue Sep 21
Our CEO Pat Geraghty getting volunteer instruction at the . We are excited to help.
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Florida Blue Sep 21
Bob Pierce head of disaster recovery for reviews progress w/Pat Geraghty. There were over 200,000 volunteers across the FL.
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North Florida Sep 20
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North Florida Sep 18
Providing food and water in Irma impacted neighborhoods in Yulee today! Please come see us if you need a meal!
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North Florida Sep 18
Feeding operations continue in Flagler, St. Johns, Baker, Nassau, Marion and Duval counties today!
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