How an Auction of Inmate Art will Aid Red Cross Hurricane Relief

By Gordon Williams Edited by Nancy Waddell Damage from the three hurricanes that struck the U.S. and possessions last August and September is put at $265 billion dollars by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Add billions more just from the California wildfires, and the damage caused by disasters last year was staggering.   Equally … Continue reading How an Auction of Inmate Art will Aid Red Cross Hurricane Relief

Why I Volunteer: Tyler Willis

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.  Once I obtain my RN license I plan to deploy with health services for future disaster relief operations.   I currently have … Continue reading Why I Volunteer: Tyler Willis

Young Philanthropist Works to Help Hurricane Victims 

By Amy McCray When Hurricane Harvey hit Texas, Albert Lam wanted to help those in need. He thought about how he could be supportive and came up with an idea: to set up a fund and sell pencils monogrammed with the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund name to raise money. He asked his parents, Hao and Lisa … Continue reading Young Philanthropist Works to Help Hurricane Victims