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Walmart fundraising campaign: Improving disaster readiness one dollar at a time

Cars decorated in red and white balloons in a single file parade outside a Walmart store.

This summer, Walmart and the Red Cross have worked together to raise $4.2 million across Canada through customer donations, Walmart internal fundraising, and a corporate match of $820,000 from Walmart Canada’s corporate office.

Cars decorated in red and white balloons in a single file parade outside a Walmart store.

Shifting careers: how a SK student went from drawing blueprints to a career in disaster response

Josh, a young man, standing by boxes of supplies

At the beginning of last summer, Josh Windsor was a computer drafting student; by the fall, he had completely changed his career direction and was starting his first semester working towards a degree in Emergency Management. 
 

Josh, a young man, standing by boxes of supplies

How the Canadian Red Cross helped a family travelling the world together

When a family travelling the world together had their trip turn to a literal disaster, the Canadian Red Cross was there to help. 

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