Do you need information about giving blood, or would you like to set up a blood drive?
Information on blood drives, blood donation appointments as well as your personal blood donor account can be found on our Red Cross Blood website (click the link below). You may also call us 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767).
Are you a member of the military and need assistance?
We provide help for members of the military, veterans and their families to prepare for, cope with and respond to the challenges of military service. Call 1-877-272-7337 (24 hours a day) or click below to learn more.
The best way to provide immediate relief to your neighbors facing emergency situations is through a monetary donation. Our disaster assistance programs rely heavily on the generous financial support of citizens in you region. Even if you only have a few dollars to spare, your donation to the American Red Cross disaster relief fund will make a significant difference in the lives of those facing disasters. Make a one-time donation today either online, by phone, or by mail, or set up a recurring monthly donation to make an even bigger difference.
We cannot accept donations of household goods or clothing. Please consider supporting us with a financial gift.
The humanitarian work that we do at American Red Cross would not be possible without our volunteers. We have a variety of disaster relief volunteer opportunities available, as well as potential positions focused on facility management, health and safety, service to the Armed Forces, and professional specialties like photography, IT, and more. Check out our current volunteer opportunities near you.
Host a charity stream by playing your favorite video games while raising life-saving funds to help those in need. You can also fundraise your way by energizing your community through celebrating a special occasion or being creative to help to those in need. Click a button below to get started!
A United States Marine Corps veteran, Kiley Murray comes to the Red Cross from the Military Agency Admissions office at Vista College, where he assisted active duty military and veterans to pursue higher education. No stranger to disaster, he once led a response to the victims of tornado destruction in the Panhandle cities of Cactus and Tulia, as well as participated in the preparation for the reception of Hurricane Katrina refugees to the Texas Panhandle, during his time as an Outreach Pastor for a local church.
Trained as an educator, Murray holds a B.A. in Education and M.A. in Educational Leadership from West Texas A&M. He is married with seven children.
Board of Directors
Margaret Adams - Chair