School Clubs

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American Red Cross youth clubs are school-based service groups that help the Red Cross fulfill its humanitarian mission; to help people prevent, prepare for and respond to disasters. Working closely with the local chapters of the American Red Cross in Florida's West Coast Region, club members participate in Red Cross service projects that impact their community and the world. They offer student members many new opportunities for self-development and the ability to choose activities that will address the community’s greatest needs.

Why Join?

Have FUN!

Earn all hours for Florida Bright Futures, IB Programs or other community service hours.

Develop leadership and other new skills

You choose the projects

Feel as if you’re needed

Gain real-world experience

Meet other people with similar interests

Contribute to your local community

Project Ideas

Collect and Assemble Comfort Kits Disaster Survivors

Get Trained in CPR and First Aid

Raise funds for your local Red Cross

Teach Others basic CPR and First Aid (17 years and older)

Host a Measles Initiative Fundraiser

Host an International Humanitarian Law Workshop

Represent the American Red Cross at Community Events

Note: It is imperative that students or teachers who wish to start a club FIRST contact the Red Cross before launching the club. There are several steps in the process of starting a Red Cross Club in good standing. Please contact our local chapter's Youth Services Coordinator, Stephanie Ring (813) 868-7668 Stephanie.Ring2@redcross.org, for more information about school clubs in your area.