The American Red Cross Massachusetts Region is closely monitoring the outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and preparing to carry out our lifesaving mission in the event of any possible disruptions.
Support all the urgent humanitarian
needs of the American Red Cross
with your financial gift.
Support all the urgent humanitarian needs of the American Red Cross with your financial gift.
The American Red Cross of Massachusetts
The American Red Cross Massachusetts Region is part of the largest and most diverse service organization in the United States, serving the 6.6 million residents of the 351 cities and towns of Massachusetts.
90% of the Red Cross Work Force are Volunteers
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by Susan Gilbert, American Red Cross of Massachusetts The COVID-19 crisis is dramatically escalating the number of food-insecure people throughout Massachusetts. With the state’s unemployment rate hovering over 20 percent, many people struggle to pay for food and other necessities. As a result, Boston’s Red Cross Food Pantry is seeing a surge in requests for … Continue reading "Pandemic Spurs Volunteerism at Boston Food Pantry"
Red Cross Volunteer brings enormous energy to Red Cross responses during the COVID 19 crisis by – Maya Bahl and Dusya Lyubovskaya Since the spread of COVID 19, disaster response has been different within the American Red Cross. Responders aren’t able to talk to clients face to face, as social distancing keeps people six feet … Continue reading "Rising to the Occasion"