American Red Cross

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American Red Cross
American Red Cross is listed in the Blood Banks & Centers category in Savannah, Georgia. 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 85.

Contact information for American Red Cross is:
25 Tibet Ave
Savannah, GA 31406
(912) 961-5758
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Brady was severely burned in October while mowing near burning leaves. During Brady's Journey to recovery, he received regular – sometimes daily – blood and plasma transfusions. In total, he received 19 units of plasma and 45 units of blood during his hospitalization. Donors like you helped get this brave boy back home recently. You can help make a difference for patients like Brady by giving blood, platelets or plasma. Platelet donors as well as type O negative blood and type AB plasma donors are critically needed right now. rcblood.org/2nbFXzc
Brady Prosser, 13, spent four and a half months at Riley hospital after he was badly burned while doing yard work. During that time the community helped raise money and blood donations to help in t…


With +360 reports of tornadoes in the US so far this year, #WeatherRed covers staying safe when severe weather hits twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

On June 2, 2007, 10-year-old Felix fell while climbing a tree and was seriously injured. He was in a coma for 3 weeks and in the hospital until August. That experience made him realize the importance of blood and platelets. "From the ages of 10 to 16, I would continuously talk to my dad about donating, and I couldn't wait to get to the age where I could donate myself," said Felix. He now donates platelets 24 times a year. Why? "The fact that I know I'm helping save the lives of cancer patients, burn victims and anyone else who needs platelets to survive. I do it for the young kids with chronic diseases so they have a chance to survive and thrive as adults." Platelets are critically needed right now. Learn more and become a platelet donor like Felix at rcblood.org/2mxLcN9.

Blood recipient Michael knows that you can't predict when or where an accident will happen, but it's critical for blood products to be available when it does. “I've used over 300 units of blood in my life when I was younger after an auto accident. Blood donations helped save my life.” While donors of all types are needed, there's currently a critical need for O negative donors, whose universal blood type is often used in emergencies. Make your appointment to help save lives now: rcblood.org/2nISVrB


#CutOutClara has been on the move this #RedCrossMonth, tagging along w/ Red Crossers across the country & around th twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Happy National Puppy Day! Now that we have your attention, we have an important reminder. The need for blood is constant. We especially need platelet donors as well as type O negative and AB blood donors. Schedule now: rcblood.org/2mVCwvu.


#TBT: Johnstown, Pennsylvania, 1889 - #RedCross sets up mass shelters for the first time to feed & house those affe twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Happy Red Cross Month! One way we’re thanking you for supporting our lifesaving mission is with Red Cross Donor Rewards. Visit rcblood.org/2o5wglH to take advantage of online deals & discounts from top retailers. And, if you're eligible to donate, please make an appointment to give at rcblood.org/2mVAUTo. While heroes of all types are needed, there is a critical need for platelets, type O negative blood and type AB plasma right now.


We teamed up with @Globies in D.C. to name a very special MVP. rdcrss.org/2nRq6X7


With your help, we can restock hospitals w/ Type O neg blood, Type AB plasma & platelets. Why they're critical: twitter.com/i/web/status/8…