Corporations can give to the American Red Cross in many ways, and your financial gift will support the critical services we provide to the Central New York community:
email@example.com or (716) 290-1818.
“Heroes for the American Red Cross” is a grassroots campaign where local business people, school groups, church groups, civic clubs, and individuals pledge to raise $1,000 for their local Red Cross chapter.
Money raised from this campaign supports Red Cross services, including disaster relief, assistance for fire victims, emergency military communications, and first aid and CPR training and disaster preparedness information for our community.
Online Heroes is an exciting web component where individuals can harness the power of the internet and peer-to-peer fundraising through their individual Heroes for the American Red Cross Team.
Our mission to prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies is made possible by the power of our volunteers and the generosity of our donors. You can provide hope to people in need by making a tax deductible donation today to the American Red Cross.
The American Red Cross has joined forces with the Harlem Globetrotters as its official charity partner, to help communities across the country prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters big and small.
The Red Cross honors every planned gift donor with membership in the Legacy Society. Planned gift donations can be kept anonymous if requested. For more information, please contact Judy Pollman, Chief Development Officer of the American Red Cross Western & Central New York Region, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (315) 234-2216.
The Clara Barton Society honors donors who have made a minimum gift of $1,000 or more to the Red Cross. For more information please contact, Cathy Topple, Major Gift Officer, at email@example.com or (315) 234-2224.
Clarissa Harlowe Barton – Clara, as she wished to be called – is one of the most honored women in American history for being a true pioneer and an outstanding humanitarian. As a pioneer, she started teaching school at a time when most teachers were men.