National Celebrity Cabinet

  • Featured Celebrity

    "I am thrilled to volunteer for the American Red Cross National Celebrity Cabinet."

    -Marlee Matlin

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  • Featured Celbrity

    "Whenever a natural disaster occurs, it is always the Red Cross that responds quickly and compassionately."

    -Reba McEntire

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  • Featured Celebrity

    "I am honored and humbled to be part of such a great organization that is always there to help without barriers."

    -Rogelio Martinez

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Generous Contributions of Time and Talent

The American Red Cross National Celebrity Cabinet is made up of an award-winning combination of well-respected actors, musical artists, television personalities, athletes and other public figures. These individuals are "on-call" to help the Red Cross by donating their time, skills, passion and energy for a one-year term. They make themselves available to highlight important initiatives and response efforts, as well as to be there whenever they are needed the most.

The American Red Cross National Celebrity Cabinet was developed in 2002 to help our organization highlight important initiatives and response efforts.

Sherry Lansing, former chairman and CEO, Motion Picture Group, Paramount Pictures and former member of the Red Cross National Board of Governors, is the chair of the National Celebrity Cabinet.

We are grateful to these compassionate individuals for generously donating their time, talent and passion in support of the lifesaving mission of the Red Cross and look forward to engaging them in meaningful, mission-related opportunities throughout the year.

Celebrity Cabinet Members

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Celebrity & Entertainment Inquiries

To speak with a representative, please contact: celebrity@usa.redcross.org
PLEASE NOTE: Views expressed by our celebrity volunteers are those of the individuals and do not necessarily represent the views of, and should not be attributed to, the American Red Cross.