• American Red Cross


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    Each day, thousands of people – people just like you – provide compassionate care to those in need. Our network of generous donors, volunteers and employees share a mission of preventing and relieving suffering, here at home and around the world. We roll up our sleeves and donate time, money and blood. We learn or teach life-saving skills so our communities can be better prepared when the need arises. We do this every day because the Red Cross is needed - every day.

    If you have questions regarding these positions, click on more information shown after the discription of the position. Additional details and requirements are provided.
    If you would like to sign up to be a volunteer for one of the positions listed or check on other volunteer opportunities go to www.RedCross.org/Volunteer.


    If you have any questions or are interested in helping support the Red Cross, contactJim Piper at Jim.Piper@redcross.org or Michael Joseph at Michael.Joseph2@redcross.org.

    A Yellow Dot in the bottom left corner of the rear window of your vehicle will alert all First Responders to the vital medical information in your glove box. This will help ensure that you receive the medical care you need during that first ‘Golden Hour’ after a crash or other emergency.

    You can be part of the solution. Sign up for yourself and each member of your family. Share the information with your friends and neighbors, and all those who rely on you for transportation.

    Sign up today and take advantage of this FREE program!

    Click here to contact the Volunteer Center for details.

    Description of volunteer position(s) available:

    • Blood Donor Ambassador
      - Manage the reception process by ensuring each donor is warly greeted and the hospitality experience by offering refreshments to donors and thanking them for their contribution.
      - Commit to one 4-6 hour shift per month for six months.


    • Disaster Action Team
      - Provide support and assistance to individuals and families who have been impacted by a home fire
      - Support indludes psychological first aid, a care kit and ensuring that they have a roof over their heads for the next few days, money, and help getting connected to other resources.


    • Disaster Health Services Team
      - Provision of disaster health services to individual clients, including client assessment, provision of hands-on care per scope of license for RN and LPN/LVN or provide care as delegated by RN and LPN/LVN, assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs), coordination of personal assistance services, education, assistance to replace medications, durable medical equipment (DME) or consumable medical supplies (CMS).