Humanitarian at Heart:
At the age of 15 I went on my first humanitarian trip to Romania; followed by 5 more throughout high school and just after. I found that I had a true passion for humanitarian aid/disaster relief and wanted to do more of it. Continue reading
I came to the Red Cross looking for an opportunity to contribute back to my community and help vulnerable people who are in need of immediate assistance. Continue reading
I was introduced to the Red Cross through my work and family, but I was drawn to volunteering because of the opportunity to help other people. When my company, Paul Davis Restoration, started getting more involved with the Red Cross, I got to see more of what volunteers were actually doing – how much their work made an impact, and I wanted to do that too. Continue reading
Four and a half years ago I moved to Spokane, WA from Austin, TX.
I always knew that I wanted to volunteer, I just needed the right opportunity. That came when the Red Cross launched its Home Fire Campaign in 2014. Continue reading
I volunteer with American Red Cross because of its reputation and the services offered.
It’s a great organization that allows volunteers to give back to their local communities, to their country, and beyond. Continue reading
While watching the news during Hurricane Katrina I knew I needed to get involved in some way to help.
Once my kids were a bit older I researched organizations that help during disasters and the Red Cross kept coming up.
The more I read, the more I wanted to join. Continue reading
My name is Riley Campbell and I am a Red Cross Volunteer in Seattle, Washington.
I was first introduced to the Red Cross while I was abroad in Kenya, studying for Nursing school.
The Red Cross taught me skills that nursing school just couldn’t possibly teach in a text book. Continue reading