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Street relief in Toronto

[slideshow] It’s a Wednesday afternoon at Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Toronto. In the kitchen, a group of Red Cross volunteers are preparing dinner for about 130. There is a line up out the door of people waiting for their food.  The Red Cros...

For Rick Neinhuis, driving is more than just going from Point A to Point B

For the past five years, Rick Neinhuis has helped many people in his community by simply giving them a ride. Rick volunteers four days a week with the transportation program in Sarnia. The program provides rides to elderly, frail or injured member...

Region of York Youth Action profile

Across the province, youth volunteers are bringing new energy and fresh ideas to the Canadian Red Cross. The group I am involved with is the Region of York youth group, which has about 60 member, ranging in ages from 14-19. Our accomplishments...

Volunteer Week - share your stories

April 19-25 is National Volunteer Week. It is a chance to celebrate their accomplishments. We will be using this blog to highlight and share with you some of the stories about our volunteers.  The people we mention over the next week are just a sa...

Red Cross celebrates volunteers

Every single day, volunteers of all ages, races and stages of their lives are giving their time so that they can help make a difference through the Red Cross. Our volunteers are working in many different programs, touching so many lives: they help...

Why Red Cross in Ontario is blogging

At the Canadian Red Cross, Ontario Zone, we’ve been toying with the idea for some time now to launch a blog. In our early discussions about it, one of the first questions we asked ourselves was who will our audience be? The answer was not difficul...

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