The Red Cross Receives a Generous Donation From AAA of Northern California, Nevada & Utah


The Red Cross relies on the support from donors to fund much-needed emergency programs. On November 21, 2015 the Red Cross was honored to receive a generous donation from our partners at AAA of Northern California, Nevada & Utah.

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James Miller, of AAA of Northern California, Nevada & Utah, presented a $7000.00 check to Scott Emerson, CEO of the American Red Cross Nevada Region. This event took place at Sam Boyd Stadium during the last UNLV home game.




Although it was cold, it was a great night as volunteers and supporters came out to have fun, enjoy the game and celebrate giving back to the community!



AAA has been a valued long-term partner with the Red Cross and has been dedicated to safe communities and disaster readiness. Besides its generous financial support, AAA has also supported disaster preparedness through its “Ready, Set, Respond!” program, educating its members, employees, and the general public on emergency preparedness. AAA has also been committed to getting the word out on the importance of volunteering with the Red Cross.

Thank you AAA of Northern California, Nevada, and Utah for your continued support!

If you would like to make a donation to the Red Cross visit Donate Here. With one click you can donate a pre-chosen amount or you can choose the specific amount you would like to give. You will also have the opportunity to designate who you would like to donate in honor of.

For more information please call (702) 791-3311 and check out our website at to see how you can help!


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