Thursday, October 18, 2012

American Red Cross: Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Every day at the American Red Cross we celebrate the individuals who come together to serve their neighbors during disasters. Our volunteers understand because our mission is dedicated to serving every woman, man and child despite economic situation, religion, ethnicity or any other factor that may segment people, we must have a force who mirrors the people we serve. This month, during National Diversity Month, we look around at our volunteers and are proud to see a unique force sharing a common goal.

Please visit our website if you are interested in learning about our volunteers and how you can get involved.

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