The mission of the American Red Cross is to prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
Volunteers make up more than 95% of the Red Cross workforce and we could not accomplish our work without them. I know that I speak for us all when I say that there would be no charitable agencies anywhere without dedicated volunteers.
A study of youth development indicates that youth volunteers are twice as likely to get better grades in school, 25% more likely to positively contribute to their family and community and twice as likely to continue their volunteer efforts as adults. Through volunteer initiatives, youth adopt mentors who lead by example, serve as a source of guidance and inspire young adults to achieve their goals with confidence.
This is why the American Red Cross is excited host the Annual Youth Heroes Awards Breakfast in Brunswick on March 6, Statesboro at Georgia Southern University on Friday, March 13th and in Savannah at Savannah State University on Friday, April 17th.
Corporate, Individual, Table Sponsorships and Donations are available for both events.
Please consider supporting the Youth Heroes Breakfast today! Sponsorships, Tickets and Tables are available NOW!
For more information on the Savannah and Statesboro breakfast call Esther Sheppard at 912-651-5300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the Brunswick breakfast contact Lori Strande at 912-265-1695 or email@example.com.