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Gift Idea #8: First Aid for any dad

What dad wouldn’t appreciate his own First Aid kit for his car? Here’s one from Red Cross.  Here is a list of other items that could be included in an emergency car kit.

Calling all soccer fans!

Today is the day many soccer or (for most of the world) football fans have been waiting for: the first day of the FIFA World Cup. For the next month, soccer-mania  will take hold of the world. What most people don’t know is that the Red Cross and ...

Red Cross teaching sailors to say “ahoy!” to First Aid

A shipmate is not paying attention because of commotion on deck.  He steps back and falls into the cargo hold. He is conscious, but cannot get to his feet.  What do you do? The Red Cross is helping seafarers prepare for situations like these and m...

The large Red Cross double decker bus

*This fun blog is courtesy of our Sister Society in Oregon This blog occasionally talks about how the Red Cross as a lifestyle isn't only about the life saving, yet also about style. When people think of the United Kingdom, one of the first styl...

Order of Red Cross to Kai Tao

[gallery] A Red Cross volunteer since 1991, Kai Tao recently received the Order of the Red Cross. Kai was recognized for his efforts in establishing a relationship between the Chinese Canadian community and The Canadian Red Cross Society for the C...

Some Red Cross facts for World Red Cross Day

May 8 is World Red Cross Red Crescent Day celebrating the good work the Movement does every day around the world. Why is today World Red Cross Red Crescent Day? Well, it is the birthday of Henry Dunant

A Red Cross volunteer with 50 years of humanitarian service

With 50 years of humanitarian work under his belt, the Red Cross is lucky to have Jeff Eames of Dorchester, Ontario as a volunteer. As the current president of the London, St.Thomas and Stratford council, Jeff helps raise awareness about the Red C...

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