Monthly Archives: November 2015

The Red Cross Wants You To Be Safe From Home Fires This Holiday Season

It’s the holiday season and once again we celebrate with family and friends. Unfortunately the holidays also mean a surge in home fires. The Red Cross wants you to be safe from home fires this holiday season. The U.S. Fire … Continue reading

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The Red Cross Asks You to “Give Something That Means Something” These Holidays!

The holiday season is once again upon us. This is not only a great time to spend with family and freinds but is also the perfect time to give support to those in need. You can help to “Give Something … Continue reading

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Turkey Day Safety Tips from the Red Cross

Thanksgiving is a time to surround yourself with family and friends while feasting on our favorite foods, and of course, what would Thanksgiving be without a turkey? Since this holiday is all about cooking and preparing our favorite heart-warming foods, … Continue reading

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The Red Cross Supports Members Of Our Armed Services

Veterans Day is on November 11th and it is a time for us all to remember our veterans and those serving in our armed forces. The Red Cross joins the country in supporting these brave men and women through the … Continue reading

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The Red Cross Wants You To Be Prepared For A Home Fire

Home fires are common here in Southern Nevada and across the US. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) home fires result in 2,470 civilian fire deaths, 12,890 civilian fire injuries and $6.9 billion in direct damage, each year. A … Continue reading

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Red Cross Encourages Blood Donations to Ensure Sufficient Supply Throughout the Holidays

The American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to give blood to help ensure a sufficient blood supply throughout the holiday season. A seasonal decline in donations often occurs from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day when donors get busy with family … Continue reading

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