American Red Cross


American Red Cross is listed in the Associations category in Ottawa, Ohio. Displayed below are the social networks for American Red Cross which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of American Red Cross on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 15.

Contact information for American Red Cross is:
336 E Main St
Ottawa, OH 45875
(419) 523-4810
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Social Posts for American Red Cross

@paris5011 Hi, We have a number of shelters set up near Albany. You can find them here:…

After a disaster: Advice on beginning recovery and taking care of your mental health.

After severe weather hits, do you have a plan to start recovering? As we are supporting those communities who were affected this weekend by severe weather, we put together some advice on cleaning up and taking care of yourself and loved ones.

Make sure you're prepared for the severe weather before it hits. Find out more in this week's #WeatherRed.

With severe storms ongoing in the South, and tornado watches and warnings issued in parts of Georgia, north Florida and Southeast Alabama, we encourage those in affected areas to stay alert, follow local news and download our Emergency App:

With severe storms in the South, we encourage those in affected areas to download our Emergency App:…

Two stories that make us smile: a father brought home from serving in Guam to meet his new daughter in Tennessee, and a boy with cancer in Ohio who is thankful for blood donors.

As in past #inauguration, #RedCross will be in DC to assist authorities + promote safety on this historic day. Big…

American Red Cross added 5 new photos.
From Maryland to Alaska, we're proud of the efforts led by our volunteers and partners to install smoke alarms for our Home Fire Campaign. Learn more: #EndHomeFires

"I just finished up donating over 16 gallons of platelets since Aaron passed and hope to keep it up the rest of my life [...] Blood does not come from a fancy medical factory – it comes from generous donors." Read how Jim's tragedy inspired him to regularly donate platelets to help others: