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American Red Cross (Buckeye Region)


Service Project

Hands-on Work

Red Cross Clubs

Put your talent, skills, and passion to work by participating in one of the hundreds of Red Cross Clubs. Through high school clubs and clubs at the elementary- and middle-school levels, you will have scores of opportunities to serve your community, connect with the largest humanitarian network in the world and build life-long friendships.

Who can help: Kids, Teens

Blood Drives

You can also help with blood drives by recruiting donors, arranging appointments, acting as escorts, and serving refreshments. Young adults, ages 17 and older (or 16 years old with parental consent if allowed by state law) can donate blood.

Who can help: Teens

Conduct an Advocacy/ Awareness Campaign

The American Red Cross has developed fun activity guides for your group to use to help spread the word about the Red Cross and its mission to prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.

Who can help: Anyone!

Organize a Fundraiser

The American Red Cross depends on public support to help people in need. Raise money to provide soap and toothbrushes for homeless vets, teddy bears for children whose homes have been lost to a disaster, vaccinations to rid the world of measles, and more.

Who can help: Anyone!

Write Letters/ Make Cards

The Red Cross Holiday Mail for Heroes program enables Americans to “Give Something That Means Something” during the holiday season. We invite the public to send cards of thanks, encouragement, and holiday cheer to members of our U.S. Armed Forces, veterans, and military families, many of whom are far away from home during the holiday season.

Who can help: Anyone!

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