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Tennessee Red Cross Jan 15
Download the free Red Cross Emergency App for what to do before, during and after winter weather conditions like freezing temperatures and snow. You can also find safety tips online at .
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Tennessee Red Cross Jan 14
Cold weather can result in frozen water pipes for many. If you turn on a faucet and no water or only a trickle comes out, suspect a frozen pipe. Here are some helpful tips from the American Red Cross:
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Tennessee Red Cross Jan 11
Is your vehicle ready for winter? The American Red Cross has safety tips to get your vehicle ready for winter travel along with what to do if you have to drive in snow or freezing rain.
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Tennessee Red Cross Jan 9
Get trained to save a life. Find classes near you and sign up today:
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Red Cross East TN Jan 9
Virginia Forrest, a 45-year volunteer with the Red Cross of East Tennessee, passed away recently. We will never forget her and the amazing impact she made on the staff, clients and volunteers. ❤️
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Tennessee Red Cross Jan 8
During the first week of 2018, the Red Cross Tennessee Region has helped 132 families across the state after disasters like home fires. Thank you for supporting our mission, so we can bring help and hope after a disaster.
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Tennessee Red Cross Jan 5
Did you know? 90% of the disasters the American Red Cross responds to are home fires. Find out more about Red Cross disaster relief:
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Tennessee Red Cross Jan 4
Don't forget about your pets during cold weather! If possible, bring your pets inside. Make sure they have access to non-frozen drinking water. More tips:
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Tennessee Red Cross Jan 3
Widespread in 36 States; Red Cross Issues Safety Steps:
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Tennessee Red Cross Jan 2
Brrr! It's cold out there. Heating equipment is the second leading cause of home fire deaths, so Red Cross encourages you to heat your home safely with these tips:
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Tennessee Red Cross Jan 1
Happy New Year! Resolve to get your household prepared for disasters. Families need to plan on what they should do if a disaster occurs. Here's how to get started:
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Tennessee Red Cross Dec 31
Stay safe and warm during cold weather with these tips:
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Tennessee Red Cross Dec 30
In 2017, the American Red Cross mobilized more than 56,000 disaster workers — 92 percent of whom were volunteers — and we are grateful for each and every one of them! Together, we helped people affected by 242 significant disasters in 45 states and three territories.
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Tennessee Red Cross Dec 29
Use space heaters safely! For more tips, visit .
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Tennessee Red Cross Dec 28
Resolve to Prepare for Emergencies this New Year:
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Tennessee Red Cross Dec 27
teams across the globe have responded to some of the year's largest and most complex disasters. Here is a look back at some of the moments that shaped 2017:
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Tennessee Red Cross Dec 26
Our Mission Statement: The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
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Tennessee Red Cross Dec 25
Happy Birthday, Clara Barton! Clara founded the American Red Cross in 1881, at age 60, and led it for the next 23 years.
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Tennessee Red Cross Dec 24
Wishing you and your family a safe and happy holiday season! With cooking being the number one cause of home fires, the American Red Cross wants you to stay safe while preparing your holiday meal by following these fire safety steps.
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Tennessee Red Cross Dec 23
This year, American Red Cross emergency response vehicles traveled 2.5 million miles - the equivalent of driving around Earth 103 times - to deliver food, relief supplies and support to communities affected by disasters.
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