Red Cross Youth Clubs

  • National Youth Council group photo
Red Cross Clubs are officially recognized clubs on school campuses led by middle, high school and college students who wish to serve their community as volunteers of the American Red Cross. Clubs participate in activities such as service projects and leadership training by planning events at their own schools and participating in Chapter sponsored projects.

Students in Red Cross Clubs also organize fundraisers for a variety of Red Cross initiatives including international disasters and the Chapter’s youth program. Clubs also help the American Red Cross by building awareness, hosting blood drives, promoting Red Cross programs, and much more!

Take action now and join your school’s Red Cross Club or start one if your school doesn’t have one yet! All of our clubs were started by youth just like you!

The first step to get the club rolling is to obtain permission from your school, and then take a look at our toolkit, which will outline everything you need to know about starting your own club. Once you have a core group of interested students, the support from your Red Cross chapter and a teacher or guidance counselor willing to serve as club sponsor, you’re set to go!

If you are interested in starting a club, please contact:

2015 Red Cross Clubs

  • Abraham Lincoln High School
  • Acalanes High School
  • Alameda High School
  • Alameda Science and Technology Institute
  • Amador Valley High School
  • Aragon High School
  • Archbishop Riordan High School
  • Arroyo High School
  • Balboa High School
  • Burlingame High School
  • Burlingame Red Cross Office
  • California High School
  • Campolindo High School
  • Carlmont High School
  • Castro Valley High School
  • Diablo Valley College
  • Dougherty Valley High School
  • Dublin High School
  • East Bay Arts
  • El Camino High School
  • Encinal High School
  • Foothill High School
  • Galileo Academy of Science and Technologies
  • Granada High School
  • Holy Names University
  • James Logan High School
  • Jesse M. Bethel High School
  • KIPP King Collegiate High School
  • Livermore High School
  • Lowell High School
  • Mills High School
  • Miramonte High School
  • Mission High School
  • Monte Vista High School
  • Nea Community Learning Center
  • Phillip and Sala Burton Academic High School
  • Raoul Wallenberg High School
  • Richmond High School
  • San Francisco International &International Studies Academy
  • San Leandro High School
  • San Mateo High School
  • Shasta Summit
  • Thurgood Marshall
  • UC Berkeley