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SouthTexas Red Cross 16h
Tis the season to deck the halls and celebrate with friends and family. While merriment and holiday fun comes naturally, do you know how to keep your home safe from a fire? For more holiday decorating safety tips visit:
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Utah/Nevada Red Cross 4h
THANK YOU to  Utah for working with us for in West Valley on Dec. 4th. 60 team members, contacted with more than 400 homes, made 36 homes safer, installed 41 alarms in homes and changed 13 batteries. 
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CO & WY Red Cross 3h
Monday evening, our disaster volunteers helped a family begin recovery after their home was destroyed by fire. The home was on Dream Ln, . 3 adults/2children were given support for immediate needs including temp lodging.
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Red Cross Northwest 12h
This is not the kind of report we like to see on Monday morning. Over the weekend volunteers were called to 14 different fires across the northwest. 43 adults & 12 children were displaced. As temperatures drop, please take extra fire safety precautions.
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Lori Thompson Dec 9
Firefighters in the Beltsville area joined with our partners with visiting homes to check on smoke alarms. If needed, new 10-year smoke alarms were installed at no cost!!!!
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Red Cross Central Coast 12h
Since December 1st, Red Cross volunteers have responded to two home fires in Hollister and Watsonville - assisting 13 adults with emotional support and financial assistance for emergency lodging, food, and clothing.
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Hannah Coan May 12
Thank you to the incredible team at the and all the volunteers who helped install smoke alarms in homes today. An easy way to make a difference in our communities.
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RedCrossEasternPA Dec 8
Heating equipment is one of the leading causes of home fires. Learn how to heat your home safely at
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York City Fire Jun 22
Today the department partnered with the @RedCross_CentPA and 130 volunteers as part of the Day of Action, to install 768 smoke detectors in homes in York City. The sound the alarm program is committed to reducing fire fatalities.
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John Waldman 19h
This is beyond tragic and should not be happening in our modern day and age. It is not clear if the home had working smoke alarms... We can and avoid these senseless tragedies.
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T.J. Kennedy May 5
Great turnout today in Troy helping residents with fire safety- we checked in to make sure had a home evacuation plan and installed/tested smoke detectors for folks who invited us in their homes.
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Chad Priest May 5
A pleasure to welcome lifelong Red Crosser to our Sound The Alarm event at St Philip Neri church to help -Joe Hogsett started out as a Red Cross lifeguard and is now leading all of us to build a more resilient Indianapolis!
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Viv Moy Sep 8
Thanks to my buddies Doug, John and Vinny for providing this morning's home fire safety education to our volunteers! Also thanks to the continued support of the ! Together we will in !
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American Red Cross Greater Carolinas Region 19h
Brrr! Whether you enjoy chilly weather or not, everyone needs to practice cold weather safety!
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Red Cross Los Angeles 8h
Lifesaving stories like these remind us why we need to keep working to . Find an event near you and sign up to volunteer in 2019:
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Red Cross Northwest Dec 8
Red Cross volunteers were part of the response to a multi-unit fire in WA this morning. 10 adults and 8 kids were displaced. Emergency assistance was provided to all to support their immediate recovery needs.
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Red Cross of Alaska Nov 29
Recently, was able to install free smoke alarms in homes across Kaktovik, thanks to the generous support of , and the North Slope Borough. Be sure to read more about the trip on our blog!
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Nicole Gulatz 3h
Yes! The fastest!! Great run for a great cause.
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Red Cross Northwest 9h
volunteers responded to a home fire in today, providing comfort and assistance to the family in need.
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Georgia Red Cross 15h
Thank you — helping to spread the word: properly working smoke alarms save lives!
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