Learn about our highest-priority positions and how you can make a difference!
Your time can mean everything to an individual or family that just lost their home. As a Disaster Action Team (DAT) volunteer, you can be a source of refuge and support when disasters strike!
Giving a few hours of your time a week truly is the ultimate gift. As a Disaster Action Team volunteer, you help provide comfort and support to people displaced by fires, storms, and other emergencies — so they don’t face tough times alone.
Blood Donor Ambassador: Volunteer Blood Donor Ambassadors ensure that blood donors have a pleasant and fulfilling experience, from the moment they arrive to the moment they leave.
Blood Transportation Specialist: Volunteer Transportation Specialists deliver life-saving blood products from Red Cross distribution facilities to hospitals, using a Red Cross-owned vehicle.
Disaster Action Team: As a Disaster Action Team volunteer, you can help comfort and support people in your community by meeting any immediate needs such as food, shelter, clothing or supplies and connecting them to long term recovery services.
Shelter Service Associate: During large disasters, you can support the day-to-day activities within a shelter which may include working in reception, registration, feeding, dormitory, information or other areas within a shelter.
Disaster Health Services Team: During large disasters, you can use your professional skills as a licensed healthcare provider to deliver hands on care and education to shelter residents.
How can I volunteer for disaster relief efforts? How do I start the process of becoming a volunteer? What is the time commitment required to volunteer? Get the answers to your questions here.