In the past year, we've been able to make a difference in our local community because of the generosity of our donors and support of our volunteers. Together, we provided the following programs and services:
Provided 16,945 services to military members veterans and families
Enrolled 35,687 people in first aid/CPR/AED
Assisted 5,325 families after a disaster
Collected 204,249 units of lifesaving blood
After a Disaster
Learn how to get back in touch with family members if you are separated after a disaster or emergency.
Disaster Preparedness Education and Products
Learn how to protect your home and loved ones by making a plan, learning about the hazards, assembling a disaster kit and learning what to do when a disaster strikes.
(24-Hour Help Line: 404-876-3302, Option 1)
The Red Cross, working with its emergency partners, meets the immediate, disaster-caused needs families have for emergency shelter, food, and health and mental health services. We also feed emergency workers, handle inquiries from concerned family members and help those affected by disaster to access other available resources.
We could have just the opportunity you’re looking for ... whether it's training to respond to disasters, supporting a blood drive, delivering messages to members of our military, or connecting families displaced by conflict, we hope you'll join our mission.
We collect blood every day from donors who help ensure a safe supply of blood when it’s needed.
We offer training in first aid, CPR/AED, swimming and water safety, care giving and more.
Service to the Armed Forces
We relay urgent messages between U.S. service members and their families through our global communications.
Home Fire Campaign
The American Red Cross is launching a nationwide campaign to reduce the number of home fire deaths and injuries by 25% over the next five years through the Home Fire Preparedness Safety Campaign.
With more than a century of experience, the American Red Cross works with the global Red Cross and Red Crescent network to meet the needs of the world’s most vulnerable communities.