Posts Tagged ‘holiday’

Holiday Giving that Makes a Difference

November 17, 2009

Give the Gift that Saves the Day – It Always Fits!

In this season of hope, give gifts in the name of your loved ones and provide help and hope to families in crisis all year long. Your gift supports the Red Cross’ vital services to provide food and shelter in times of disaster, a military comfort kit to a wounded warrior and much more! 

Invite your family, friends, colleagues and community to join in making a difference!

Click here to download the PDF version of the 2009 Holiday Giving Catalog or click on the banner to visit Red Cross’ Web site to learn how you can help today!

www.redcrossnca.org

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Shopping for the Holidays and Supporting Your Red Cross

November 1, 2009

The holiday season celebrations are coming quickly! What kinds of gift ideas are you considering?

Click here to view a variety of health and safety courses and treat your family or friends to a training session to be certified in CPR/AED/First Aid. It’s a priceless gift to be prepared to save the life of loved one.

Click here to view a variety of disaster preparedness kits and purchase them for loved ones who may not have one yet. There is great peace of mind knowing your spouse or children have essential survival items should the unexpected happen at any given time or place.

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Click here to view a variety of specially designed pins and purchase them for family and friends in recognition of their continued support in fulfilling the Red Cross’ humanitarian mission.

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Click here to view a variety of first aid kits and purchase them for neighbors and colleagues who may have already had the training but do not have the basic supplies.

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Click here to view a variety of ways to donate and help your local Red Cross continue providing essential services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

www.redcrossnca.org

Fire Safety Awareness Week October 4th – 10th

October 4, 2009

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With cool weather making its way in and holiday decorating increasing in the upcoming months, fire safety is vital.

Home fires are the most common disaster the American Red Cross responds to and is also the most preventable.

Sixty-five percent of home fire deaths occur in homes with no working smoke alarms.

The most effective way to protect yourself, your family and your home from fire is to identify and remove fire hazards. During a home fire, working smoke alarms and a fire escape plan that has been practiced regularly can save lives. Click here for more tips about fire safety, download a checklist and read about frequently asked questions.

www.redcrossnca.org