This March, during national American Red Cross Month, the Red Cross Los Angeles Region recognizes Curacao, a Los Angeles-based retail department store chain that is partnering with the Red Cross as part of its promise to reinvest back into the communities it serves.
Honda’s support of the Red Cross dates back to more than 20 years of philanthropic giving, including the 2011 Japan quake, 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, to offering in-kind gifts of industrial-grade portable generators to keep the lights on throughout disaster relief efforts.
The Red Cross L.A. Region awarded Alcoa Fastening Systems and the Alcoa Foundation with a Corporate Hero Award on Oct. 30. Read about Alcoa’s continuous support of Red Cross disaster preparedness and relief efforts.
NBC joins an array of corporate sponsors with a $25,000 donation to the Red Cross and takes center stage at the Red Tie Event, May 3. “The Voice” will be honored with the Crystal Cross Award at the annual gala.
When Typhoon Haiyan struck with devastating results, the employees at Cedars-Sinai quickly went into action. “Cedars-Sinai functions as a family,” said Jonathan Schreiber, Cedars-Sinai’s Director of Community Engagement. “We are more than employees. When something impacts the world, we all respond together.”
Disney recognized National Preparedness Month in September by empowering kids and families to prepare for disasters and other emergencies. Disney is building on its long-standing relationship with the American Red Cross and is a proud member of the Annual Disaster Giving Program.
With the generous support of partners like Farmers Insurance, the Red Cross is able to continue to provide food, shelter, emotional support, and other assistance to disaster victims whenever and wherever disaster strikes.
S. Mark Taper Foundation Awards $100,000 Grant to American Red Cross Los Angeles Region to Support PrepareLA.
The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation has awarded a grant of $1,000,000 to the American Red Cross Los Angeles Region’s disaster preparedness campaign to help the Los Angeles community prepare, survive and recover from emergencies.