American Red Cross Southeast Louisiana helps prepare communities for emergencies and keep people safe every day thanks to caring people who support our work.
Volunteers from Target at our Northshore Regional Office's warehouse - helping us optimize our warehouse space
LTG Honore' giving his remarks. Also, keeping in mind the thousands of heroes not here tonight.
Mayor Landrieu speaking about the Heroes of the Storm. "the ppl of #Nola and the Fulf Coast are still standing"
Gail McGovern, Pres & CEO, @RedCross talking to vols before we head out to canvass
Getting ready to canvass with #RedCross vols from @RedCrossNY & our chapter & Target!
Volunteers setting up canteen services in New Orleans East.
We're happy to welcome @brittanyhornets and some members of the Hornet Honeybees! Thank you for coming by today!
Our guests are here! This photo should give you a hint! We're getting ready to fire up the flipcams!!
Kathy saved the life of her 98-year old mother, who was choking, due to her #RedCross training.
In April 2010, Trace saved the lice of a 3-year old, his brother, due to his recent livesaving #RedCross skills.
David performed CPR on coworker 4 15 minutes (until EMS arrived). His coworker lived due 2 his #RedCross skills.
On May 21, 2009, Joe saved a 12-year old boy's life due to skills he learned from the #RedCross.
Today is the last day for our NPRC members. Here they are at lunch today.
We're here @WFM_Louisiana sharing #hurricaneprep information. Come on out 2 Mag St in #nola or Vets in #Metairie
Mitch Landreiu, new mayor of #Nola, talking about importance of preparedness especially during #hurricane season
The host is having a great time playing with our emergency radios as well as our 1-person disaster kit.
Jose and Ana, two of our volunteers, taping a hurricane preparedness segment on Hablemos Claros, a KTV76 program
Discussing the role of Disaster Mental Health in #RedCross shelters with Anjeanne, our mental health lead.
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