American Red Cross


American Red Cross
American Red Cross is listed in the Social Service Organizations category in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Displayed below are the social networks for American Red Cross which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of American Red Cross on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 79.

Contact information for American Red Cross is:
921 3rd Ave E
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
(205) 345-4626
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Take an in-depth look at International Humanitarian Law & other important issues on @ICRC_DC's new #podcast:

Looking for a new way to stay current on humanitarian work around the world? Tune into Intercross, the Podcast by International Committee of the Red Cross:
This podcast gives you an in depth look at the people and places behind the ICRC, stories of those impacted by conflict, operational updates and debates and discussions concerning International Humanitarian Law, conflicts and other situations of violence.

#WeatherRed reviews the basics: 1. Get a kit 2. Make a plan 3. Be informed when faced with severe weather.†…

@jimmykimmel we're here for you. #CPRtraining #Oscars

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Ready, set, volunteer! When disaster strikes, many are inspired to jump in and help. Here, Red Cross volunteer Dan Halyburton shares with The Weather Channel how the right training beforehand can be a tremendous asset that will help you be ready when the time comes to help others in need. Watch to learn more about the specialized disaster training we offer, and visit to take action today!

Since conflict broke out in South Sudan three years ago, hundreds of thousands of men, women and children have been forced to flee their homes. The International Committee of the Red Cross and South Sudan Red Cross volunteers are working hard to bring life-saving aid—including food, water and shelter, to the many families who are facing starvation: (Photo credit: Alyona Synenko/ICRC)

Twelve-year-old Martin Mwita of Nebraska must endure the challenges that come with sickle cell disease. However, monthly blood transfusions from Red Cross donors help stabilize his health and let him do the everyday things he loves – reading, playing video games and cheering for his favorite sports teams. Read more:

When hosting friends and family, we want them to feel at home. Some details, though, are not as obvious as sharing the wifi password. Here are six ideas for helping to keep your guests safe and informed in your home.
No one likes feeling unprepared away from the comforts of home, especially if the situation is more serious than not being able to find the remote.