Tag: Red Cross

I Want to be 1 in a Million on National Donor Day

I Want to be 1 in a Million on National Donor Day

| February 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

I want to be “The Match”. I want to be the one-in-a-million that is so compatible with a sick person’s DNA that I can be a part of saving a life. I’m here. I’m registered. I’m ready. It’s easy to overlook these things, to be caught up in the business and the busy-ness of life […]

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Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona Celebrate MLK Day with Service

Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona Celebrate MLK Day with Service

| January 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

When: Monday, January 16, 2012; 11am to 2pm Where: Peter Howell Elementary School 401 North Irving Avenue Cost: Free What: Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. through a day of Service On January 16, 2012 the community will come together for a day of service to pay tribute to the teachings of Dr. King during a […]

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Using Text to Donate – Giving Made Easy

Using Text to Donate – Giving Made Easy

| April 29, 2011 | 0 Comments

I’m often asked if using “Text to Donate”, sending a cell phone text message that authorizes a charitable donation, is a good, safe way to donate. The short answer is – absolutely. After the stunning success of the Red Cross fundraising effort for aid to Haiti in 2010 – over $32 million collected in one […]

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Why Tucson Must Become A Community Of Blood Donors

Why Tucson Must Become A Community Of Blood Donors

| April 11, 2011 | 1 Comment

In my volunteer work some years ago with Red Cross Blood Services of Southern Arizona, I got my first glimpse into the reality of Tucson children battling cancer. I visited with them as they received chemo, taking their pictures and documenting a tiny bit about them. I made large posters with pictures of these beautiful […]

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