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Volunteers and staff providing relief and support following mudslide

Volunteers and staff providing relief and support following mudslide

The American Red Cross is helping people in the state of Washington impacted by the tragic weekend mudslide, providing support and comfort as they deal with this tragedy and wait for information about their loved ones.

Red Cross releases Hurricane Sandy anniversary report

Red Cross releases Hurricane Sandy anniversary report

The American Red Cross has released a one-year Superstorm Sandy report detailing its response and recovery work to help residents affected by this historic storm, which made landfall on October 29, 2012.

Volunteers work through the night to support families affected by tornadoes

Volunteers work through the night to support families affected by tornadoes

Following the devastation caused by tornadoes that swept across the Midwest of the United States since 18 May, the American Red Cross is helping people with shelter, food, relief supplies and emotional comfort.

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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
  • Senior Vice President for International Affairs: Mr David MELTZER
  • Senior Vice President for International Operations.: Mr Harold Brooks
  • Executive Director, International Management and Planning: Mr Luke GREEVES
  • Executive Director, International Response and Programs: Dr. Carrie SANTOS
  • Executive Director, International Policy and External Affairs: Ms Jane ZIMMERMAN
  • Senior Response and Programs Legal Advisor: Mrs Monica SANDERS

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