Red Cross Stories : Our Impact on the Ground (Page 3)

Canadian Red Cross Stories

Our Impact on the Ground

Red Cross volunteer helps Lac-Mégantic resident in need

November 21, 2013 - Amid the disaster and grief following Lac-Mégantic, Canadian Red Cross volunteers' and the evacuees' own personal stories of survival and courage have been inspiring.
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Red Cross volunteer to 'Walk the Talk' to prevent bullying

November 21, 2013 - Andy Callicum is a Red Cross volunteer from British Columbia who recently participated in a three-day walk, referred to as "Walk the Talk," to help draw attention to the importance of bullying prevention programs in reducing the occurrence of violence and abuse.
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Canadian Red Cross celebrates Community Support Services month in October

November 14, 2013 - The Canadian Red Cross, one of the largest charity organizations in the country, has a long history of giving back to the community.
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You may know who we are, but do you know what we do?

October 25, 2013 - The Canadian Red Cross is well-known as one of the largest charity organizations in Canada, but even though many Canadians have heard of the Canadian Red Cross, they don't know the full story.
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The Canadian Red Cross takes measures to aid the displaced in Syria

October 14, 2013 - The Canadian Red Cross is responding to support individuals and families that have fled Syria and are now displaced in countries within the region. To date, more than 2 million individuals have sought refuge in neighbouring countries.
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Breaking bread with friends thanks to the Red Cross

October 01, 2013 - A couple of years ago, Ray and Pat Johnson began attending the Congregate Dining program offered by the Red Cross in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
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Red Cross staff member makes a difference in Moose Cree First Nation

September 09, 2013 - With the assistance of dedicated and passionate staff like Bryan Nahrgang, who works at the Canadian Red Cross' satellite office in Moose Cree, the Canadian Red Cross is able to better reach out to people in need.
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Energy saving stove training

September 04, 2013 - The South Sudan Red Cross provided a very successful training to the women (and men) of Komiri Payam in Budi County in energy saving mud stoves.
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Mother of five benefits from Women's Training and Integration Program in Liberia

August 23, 2013 - Since 2009, the Women's Training and Integration Program has helped 400 young women from urban and rural Liberia learn basic literacy and numeracy, while providing them the means to gain skill sets like catering, tailoring or cosmetology, as well as basic business training.
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Canadian Red Cross volunteers Marian Holt and Rick Allen help others on the open road

August 08, 2013 - Two volunteers make major differences in the lives of Canadians through their work with the Red Cross' transportation services.
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