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American Red Cross Feb 23
Working smoke alarms cut the risk of dying in a home fire in half. Follow these 2 simple steps to help keep your family safe.
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Red Cross S.Carolina 3h
Today, over 75 volunteers and partners worked with families in Clarendon and Dillion Counties to better prepare them for home fires. 118 families received fire safety education, and 286 new smoke alarms were installed.
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Joseph Spaccarelli 3m
Thank you Tracy and team for helping us
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NY Red Cross Feb 7
sounding the alarm about fire safety at the .
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Red Cross Philly 11h
Big turn out for the alarm installation event in Delaware County with . We are canvassing the neighborhood of this week’s fatal fire offering fire safety education and smoke alarms.
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American Red Cross Feb 7
Replying to @NYSE
Thank you for letting us ring the bell to help Sound the Alarm about home fire safety!
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Mak Makay 7h
Over the last three years, we've installed over one million free smoke alarms across the country. Learn how you can volunteer and help save lives in your community: via RT
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Red Cross S.Carolina 8h
Learn more about Monster Guard, which is a free app developed by the for children (aged 7-11) to help them prepare for real life emergencies at home or in other environments.
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Red Cross Northwest 4h
Volunteer to help Sound the Alarm. Save a Life. The Red Cross Home Fire Campaign needs you!
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Red Cross S.Carolina Feb 22
Disaster preparedness is key, even for kids! Last week, volunteers John and Dolly presented the Pillowcase Project to students at Pepperhill Elem. in . For more info, go to
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Atlanta Red Cross Feb 22
The Red Cross has installed more than one million free smoke alarms in the last three years. And we're just getting started. Join us as we Sound the Alarm to help and save lives:
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Trisha Muse Feb 22
is proud to partner with on 3/10 to install smoke detectors in the City of Bell!
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Red Cross Northwest 7h
Red Cross volunteers responded to a home fire in Washington early this morning, providing assurance and comfort to those affected.
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FDNY Feb 9
Fire Safety Education will be at CVS, TOMORROW, 10-4pm, enrolling residents in FREE smoke alarm installation in partnership with and . Stop by 115 125th St. in Manhattan to learn how you can be and
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NY Red Cross Feb 6
Crafternoon at the always fun with a purpose 🙂
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Red Cross NCR Feb 12
THANKS & 250 employees from around the world for creating 2,000 comfort kits today for local communities impacted by home fires. Learn more:
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Cincinnati Red Cross Feb 9
Thank you Kerry Automotive for being a Silver level sponsor for Sound the Alarm, a home fire safety & smoke alarm installation event. Your support is greatly appreciated!
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Kevin C. McCoy Feb 17
ARRL/ARES partners - come save a life. Look for a smoke alarm install event near you! Put those Ham skills to work saving lives!
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clinton wylie 2h
We provided Red Cross assistance at a home fire today. Even though they were sleeping, all 9 got out because of smoke alarms.
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Joseph Spaccarelli 8h
Our volunteers from were out across the region installing FREE smoke alarms and providing education
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