Monday, September 9, 2013

A Message From T.D. Smyers: Get Up and Give on September 19

by T.D. Smyers, CEO, American Red Cross North Texas Region


Calling all friends of the Red Cross! Want your donation to make an even greater impact toward our mission to prevent and alleviate human suffering? Mark September 19 on your calendars. 

We're joining other area nonprofit organizations for North Texas Giving Day, an annual fundraising event that has helped raise more than $34.4 million for the community in the last four years. Bonus and matching funds added to your donation on September 19 make it the perfect time to give!

So how does it work? Just donate $25 or more through DonorBridgeTX.org next Thursday, September 19th between 7am & midnight & Communities Foundation of Texas will enhance your donation, so your gift will go further! Just search “American Red Cross North Texas Region” and give!

No access to the internet? You can give in person by visiting donation stations at our Dallas and Fort Worth Chapters between 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m:

Dallas - 4800 Harry Hines Boulevard, Dallas, TX
Fort Worth (Chisholm Trail) – 1515 S. Sylvania Avenue, Fort Worth, TX

It’s that easy. I hope you will join us on September 19 for North Texas Giving Day and help us make a difference in our humanitarian mission!

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