The American Red Cross of Greater Arkansas invites you to join with us as we honor real life saving Arkansans this January during the 2014 American Red Cross Arkansas Hero Celebration luncheon powered by Verizon and Nokia Siemens Network.
Select Arkansans from a variety of of ages and professions that have responded to a life threatening need for help will be recognized.
Skip Rutherford, Dean of the University of Arkansas Clinton School Of Public Service, will be presented as our eleventh Clara Barton Distinguished Humanitarian of the Year.
The luncheon will be held at 11:30am, Wednesday, January 29th at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Little Rock.
Proceeds from Arkansas Heroes fund local emergency disaster response provided at no cost to those in need, such as disaster relief for victims of residential fires, natural and man-made disasters. Red Cross Disaster Responders are on the scene providing care every day, around the clock. Funds from Arkansas Heroes also support emergency military communication for military personnel anywhere around the world and their families in Arkansas.
All American Red Cross disaster assistance is free, made possible by voluntary donations of time and money.
For more information on Arkansas Hero email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 501.748.1030.
The American Red Cross of Greater Arkansas asks for your nomination of lifesaving Arkansans to be recognized this January at the American Red Cross Heroes Celebration presented by Verizon and Nokia Siemens Network. The celebration luncheon will recognize select lifesaving Arkansans from all ages and walks of life trained and prepared to answer a call for help.
To nominate a hero today for the 2014 American Red Cross Heroes Celebration, please submit your form by November 18, 2013. You can download the nomination form, send it online or mail it in.
For additional questions contact us at email@example.com (501) 748-1030.
LIFESAVER AWARD CATEGORIES
FIREFIGHTER: Presented to a professional or volunteer firefighter(s), including dispatchers, whose lifesaving actions were heroic above and beyond the call of duty.
WATER SAFETY: Presented to an individual(s) who went above and beyond the call of duty to respond to an aquatic emergency.
GOOD SAMARITAN YOUTH: Presented to an outstanding youth(s) who courageously responded to a potentially life-threatening emergency.
GOOD SAMARITAN ADULT: Presented to an outstanding adult(s) who courageously responded to a potentially life-threatening emergency.
WORKPLACE HERO: Presented to an employee (owner, manager, and general staff) whose life saving actions goes beyond expectations to save the life of a co-worker or person at their workplace.
EDUCATOR HERO: Presented to an educator(s) using life-saving training to save a life.
MARINE RESCUE HERO: Presented to a professional rescuer(s) or ordinary citizen(s) rescuing a person from a lake, river or other body of water.
WILDERNESS RESCUE HERO: Presented to an ordinary citizen(s) or professional rescuer(s) involved in rescuing a person in a wilderness environment.
LAW ENFORCEMENT: Presented to a professional police officer(s) or related law enforcement official(s), including dispatchers with a duty to respond, who exhibit exceptional heroism either in response to an emergency potentially life-threatening situation or through such on-going responses.
MILITARY: Presented to an active, reserve, ROTC or retired member(s) of the armed forces, or military supporter(s), who acted heroically above and beyond the call of duty in a non-combat incident.
HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL: Presented to a doctor(s) or nurse(s) who exhibited extraordinary response to an emergency or life-threatening situation outside a medical setting.
For more information about the event or sponsorship opportunities call (501) 748-1030 or firstname.lastname@example.org