Become a Volunteer with The American Red Cross

“The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.”

Each day the American Red Cross supports people in emergencies. Whether helping those displaced through disasters, providing much needed emergency blood donations or by supporting members of our armed forces and their families, the Red Cross is there when emergencies strike. In order to provide the support, when it’s needed the most, the Red Cross relies on volunteers like you.

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“Volunteers make it possible to respond to nearly 70,000 disasters every year, most of them home and apartment fires.”

Did you know that 97% of the Red Cross workforce is made up of volunteers? Coming from diverse backgrounds, and possessing a wide range of skills, our volunteers bring their unique talents to serve in five crucial areas in our organization including:

  • Preparedness Health and Safety Services
  • Biomedical Services
  • Disaster Services
  • Services to the Armed Forces
  • International Services

And the process for becoming a volunteer is easy! Simply visit our website , choose adult or youth volunteer, and complete the online application. Once completed you will be contacted by a volunteer coordinator at the Red Cross who will match your volunteer goals to where you’re needed.

Southern California Donor Centers and Blood Processing Services 2012

We appreciate your interest in volunteering Whether you have an hour a month or a few hours a week the Red Cross needs your help!

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