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2007
May 15 Family Of Six Receive Red Cross Assistance After House Fire
May 5 Three Fires In New Castle In Three Days Leave 10 People Homeless
Mar 22 12 Families Receive Red Cross Disaster Assistance In Past Two Weeks, After Home Fires
Mar 5 Area Restaurants Invite Diners To “Paint The Town Red” During Red Cross Month
Mar 3 Two Adults Assisted By Red Cross After Murray Manor Fire
Feb 15 Red Cross Bilingual (Spanish-Speaking) Volunteer Group Moving Forward!
Feb 14 Family Of Three Assisted By Red Cross After Glasgow Fire
Feb 8 Three Hurlock Families Receive Red Cross Assistance After Apartment Fire
Feb 8 Red Cross On Scene At Town Court Townhouse Fire In Wilmington
Feb 7 Red Cross helps 6 families after fires on Peninsula - fire safety tips
Feb 3 Red Cross Volunteers En Route To Help In Aftermath Of Florida Tornadoes
Jan 30 Greensboro Family Left Homeless After Overnight Fire: Assisted By Red Cross Volunteers
Jan 26 Red Cross takes care of multiple families after fires in Magnolia, Frederica, Seaford and Dover
Jan 19 Families Assisted By Red Cross After Early Morning Fires In Southern Delaware – Disaster Volunteers Kept Busy
Jan 13 Red Cross volunteers respond to Hurlock fire affecting family of four
Jan 5 Eleven People, Including An Infant, Assisted By Red Cross After Home Fire Near Canby Park, Wilmington
Jan 2

Frankford Family Assisted By Red Cross After Mobile Home Fire

 

 

 

The American Red Cross of the Delmarva Peninsula serves the state of Delaware and Caroline, Cecil, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne's and Talbot counties in Maryland. During FY05, volunteers and paid staff responded to 197 disasters throughout our communities, providing disaster relief - free of charge - for 277 families. 17,236 people were trained in lifesaving skills such as CPR and First Aid. And 1,011 emergency communications sent through the Red Cross kept members of the military in touch with their families. More than 265 seniors living independently were given peace of mind through our Lifeline medical alert program. 26,144 people on the Delmarva Peninsula received Community Disaster Education information, teaching them the 5 steps for emergency preparedness. All these services were made possible through the help of more than 2,000 volunteers who make up 97% of the workforce of the American Red Cross. The Red Cross is not a government agency; it relies on valuable donations of talent, time and money to do its humanitarian work.   Marguerite H. Prueitt is the CEO of the American Red Cross of the Delmarva Peninsula.  In case of emergency, contact 1-800-777-6620.

 

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