American Red Cross
Youth Club Services
The American Red Cross school clubs are youth service groups that help the Red Cross fulfill its humanitarian mission of preparing for,preventing and responding to emergencies.Working closely with our local chapter and a school advisor, club members participate in Red Cross service projects that help their schools,their communities and the world. The West Shore Chapter believes youth have the protential to make a defference in huge ways. In our eyes,they are a vital resource bringing energy,innovation and inspiration to the American Red Cross.
Where Would You Like To Make A Difference?
Young people are trianed to become in volved in many areas of Red Cross Disaster Services, including community disaster education, disaster preparation in their locaql community, and disaster response through Red Cross disaster action teams and youth disaster corps.
Fund raising organizing blood drives,providing international assistance, and learning adout such things as disaster preparedness and HIV/AIDS prevention and education.
young adults, age 17 and older, donate blood.Red Cross youth volunteers help with blood drives by recruiting donors, arranging appointments, acting as escorts, and serving refreashments. Young people also assist with tissue and organ donor recruitment.
Young people learn about other cultures by assembling Red Cross school chests international humanitarian law and itr implications worldwide.
Participating in clbs, councils, and local boards as well as in leadership development camps or centers and on national Red Cross advisory and policy-making groups.
Health and Safty Services
In Red Cross babysitter training, first aid, CPR, aquatics, and water safty classes, young people are being educated about leading heathier, safer lives as well as being trained to serve as instructors, lifeguards, and peer educators.
For More Information Contact
Renee Tate Youth Services Manager At
(231) 757-3069 or (231)907-1277
Or Email Renee Tate At
Services To Arm Forces
During times of mobilization and deployment
No one ever said that being in the military was going to be easy for you-or your family members. Military life, in fact, often creates unforeseen hardships.
The good news is that American Red Cross Service to the Armed Forces (SAF) can help military members and their families cope with separation and other special needs related to service in the armed forces
We'll be there
As a member of the military, you and your family are entitled to valuable Red Cross emergency services. We're always there to help you: Stay in touch with loved ones. Our Red Cross worldwide emergency communications network operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year We can assist you or your family in sending emergency messages regrarding the brith of a service member's child, the death or serious illness of a family member or other family emergencies.
For More Information Contact
Michael Michaud At
(231) 757-3069 or (269)370-7324
Or Email Michael Michaud At