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Louisiana flooding the worse natural disaster in the US since Superstorm Sandy in 2012

Louisiana flooding the worse natural disaster in the US since Superstorm Sandy in 2012

In the south-eastern Louisiana and southern Mississippi in the United States of America, severe flooding has occurred

Red Cross Helps Across Multiple States After Deadly Storms

Red Cross Helps Across Multiple States After Deadly Storms

American Red Cross is helping people in multiple states who are impacted by this severe weathe

From Washington to Rwanda: Let the Mapping Begin

From Washington to Rwanda: Let the Mapping Begin

Not having an accurate map presents a challenge to disaster preparedness efforts.

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Contact details

Address:

National Headquarters
2025 E Street N.W.
20006 Washington D.C

Contact Information:

Tel: (1) 800 RED CROSS
Fax: (1) (202) 3030052 (General)
Web: http://www.redcross.org

Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • President and CEO: Ms Gail MCGOVERN
  • Chairman of the Board: Ms Bonnie MCELVEEN-HUNTER
  • Chief Financial Officer: Mr. Brian RHOA
  • Vice President, International Services: Mr Jono ANZALONE
  • Executive Director, International Management and Planning: Mr Luke GREEVES
  • Chief Public Affairs Officer: Ms Suzanne DEFRANCIS
  • General Counsel and Chief Internationalé Officer: Mr David MELTZER
  • Chief Human Resources Officer: Mrs Melissa HURST
  • Chief Developent Officer: Mr. Neal LITVACK
  • Executive Director, International Response and Programs: Dr. Carrie SANTOS
  • Senior Vice President for International Operations.: Mr Harold BROOKS
  • President, Biomedical Services: Mr. Shaun GILMORE

Latest appeals

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United States: Post-Tropical Storm Sandy
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Hurricane Katrina
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Hurricane Katrina
United States - Information Bulletin no. 11

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