As a community-based humanitarian organization, the American Red Cross South Florida Region prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
We respond approximately every 20 hours to emergencies and disasters across the region—home fires, floods, and weather related emergencies—and more, providing shelter, food, clothing and emotional support at no cost to those in need. Read more about the Red Cross Mission.
The South Florida Region of the American Red Cross is comprised of four chapters: Palm Beach and Treasure Coast, Broward County, Greater Miami and The Keys, and Florida Gulf Coast to Heartland. Together, these chapters serve a population of nearly 8 million people across 13 counties.
Information about receiving disaster relief assistance can be obtained by contacting your local chapter (see list of chapters above).
Service to the Armed Forces:
Inquires about connecting military personnel with family members (seven days a week, 24 hours a day)
Local Service and Support Inquires
General Information -Link to volunteer opportunities page
Contact us with questions
Restoring Family Links Services
General information: 844-782-9441 or inquiry form
International Humanitarian Law
Inquiries about disaster and emergency preparedness education or to request a presentation:
Contact James Hagen
Courses (CPR, First-Aid, Swimming, etc.):
Inquires about courses, registration and certification:
1-800-REDCROSS (733-2767) View Courses.
Giving to the Red Cross, donor mailing address change, help with online giving, in-kind donations (supplies, cars, clothes), leaving a legacy: Learn More.
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The Pillowcase Project:
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Learn more about The Pillowcase Project