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Red Cross Holiday Gift Guide for Everyone on Your List

  • Holiday Gift Guide
    A chef knows the importance of a hearty meal! After a disaster strikes, Red Cross volunteers provide hot meals to give those affected energy for the challenging days ahead, ensuring no child or family goes hungry.
  • Holiday Gift Guide
    No one knows how important it is to stay in contact than the friend or relative who can talk your ear off. Give them the gift of emergency communications and help ensure that military families can reach a loved one when a family emergency strikes.
  • Holiday Gift Guide
    When disaster strikes, parents can lose everything—including items needed to keep their babies healthy in the aftermath. An emergency shelter stocks infant care supplies needed in times of crisis, like formula, diapers and more.
  • For the Home Owner
    Each year, home fires affect more Americans than floods, hurricanes and tornadoes combined. Help keep loved ones safe and spread awareness for the most common disaster threat in the U.S. with the gift of Home Fire Preparedness.
  • Holiday Gift Guide
    Those who like to travel are likely familiar with vaccinations they need to go abroad. Share this healthcare priority and help vaccinate a child overseas, providing protection from measles and rubella for a lifetime.
  • Holiday Gift Guide
    Every child has their favorite blanket, but the blanket a child will always remember is the one that keeps them warm and cozy after a disaster. Purchase blankets to protect them from the cold and help them sleep comfortably in a shelter.
  • Holiday Gift Guide
    A veteran or military spouse knows firsthand the hardship of an injured service member’s journey from the battlefield to the hospital. Help the Red Cross welcome them with comfort kits filled toiletries and other basic essentials.
  • For the Doctor, Nurse or Caregiver
    Doctors, nurses and caregivers know how important blood is to helping save lives. This holiday season help support the costs associated with processing blood donations from donors to patients – including testing, storage and distribution of the blood.
  • Holiday Gift Guide
    Unforeseen emergencies can turn people’s lives upside down. For those in need, a gift to the Red Cross will save the day whether it’s a home fire, the need for blood or a life in danger. Purchase the gift that will bring help where it’s needed most.
  • Shop the Red Cross Holiday Giving Catalog
    Shop the Red Cross Holiday Giving Catalog and give something that means something this holiday season.
There’s a gift for everyone on your list! Browse the Red Cross Holiday Catalog to pick out something that means something.

This holiday season find something for everyone on your list in the American Red Cross 2015 Holiday Gift Catalog. The catalog offers a variety of symbolic, inspired gifts so that you can honor the special people in your life. By donating to the Holiday Giving Catalog you can feel good knowing that your gift will help people when they need it most.
About the American Red Cross:
The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides emotional support to victims of disasters; supplies about 40 percent of the nation's blood; teaches skills that save lives; provides international humanitarian aid; and supports military members and their families. The Red Cross is a not-for-profit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. For more information, please visit or visit us on Twitter at @RedCross.

About our Corporate Holiday Supporters:
During this holiday season, the American Red Cross is grateful for those corporate donors that generously contribute to our Holiday Giving Campaign. They include: Circle K West Coast and Florida Divisions; and Mazda and its Dealers. Thanks to the generosity of these and other supporters, the Red Cross is able to bring help and hope to people across the country. To learn more about our corporate holiday supporters, visit