Tune in every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for online programs that will help you and your family better prepare for emergencies.
Learn to be “Red Cross Ready” in our new online format from the comfort of your own home! Every Tuesday and Thursday (y los miércoles en español), the American Red Cross Los Angeles Region is offering free preparedness education classes designed to help you understand, prepare for and respond appropriately to disasters big and small.
Be Red Cross Ready for ages 14-99
Prepárate con la Cruz Roja para edades de 14 a 99
Pillowcase Project for grades 3-5
All you need is a laptop or smart phone to access the online classroom and to set aside some time on your calendar. Read below to find the class that's right for you!
Be Red Cross Ready
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m, Saturdays at 1 p.m., trained Red Cross subject matter experts present basic preparedness information including how to make or build a preparedness kit, make an emergency plan with your family and learn what to do before, during and after disasters of all kinds, including the COVID-19 pandemic.
Los miércoles a las 11 a.m y 3 p.m., expertos capacitados en el tema de la Cruz Roja presentan información básica de preparación en español, incluyendo cómo crear o preparar un kit de preparación, cómo elaborar un plan de emergencia con su familia y recomendaciones de qué hacer antes, durante y después de los desastres de todo tipo, incluyendo la pandemia COVID-19.
Regístrese para una presentación de Prepárate con la Cruz Roja
This one-hour interactive program for students in grades 3-5 will teach children what to do in the event of a fire or earthquake, coping skills for stressful situations and general preparedness information.
Register your student for a Pillowase Project presentation
Our educators are available to provide a virtual preparedness presentation for your group or organization at a time that works for you. Be Red Cross Ready, Pillowcase Project, and Prepare with Pedro are all available.
Virtual preparedness classes made possible by Listos California and California AmeriCorps.