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  • Creating Community Resilience

    Monica Owens is a Community Resilience Coordinator for the Red Cross in South Mississippi, pilot testing a new strategy for the Red Cross to build resilience at the community level by leveraging and connecting community networks.


  • Saving Lives On and Off the Job

    Mahogany Thomas is a U.S. Probation Officer in Los Angeles, California who created the Battle of the Badges Blood Drive, a friendly competition among Southern California’s badge-carrying agencies to determine which agency can donate the most blood, and ultimately help save the most lives.


  • Preparing Our Communities Must Start Long Before Disaster Strikes

    For more than 25 years, through various posts including Director of Emergency Services and now as Chief Executive Officer for the South Louisiana Region, Kay Wilkins has helped respond to many disasters, including the worst natural disaster to strike this country in decades, Hurricane Katrina.


  • Using Digital Technology To Prepare People for Disaster

    With over 15 years of experience with high tech companies and startups, Dom Tolli leads a team of developers to create technology that enables people, businesses and schools to drastically improve their ability to respond to, survive and bounce back from a disaster or medical emergency. His team launched the free First Aid app and the free Hurricane mobile application.


  • Putting a Face on Blood Donations

    In 2004, Brian Boyle survived a near fatal car accident, changing his outlook on life forever. After receiving 36 blood transfusions, 13 plasma treatments, several operations, and months of recovery, Brian now runs marathons and participates in Ironman races across the country on behalf of the American Red Cross.


  • Serving to Honor the Memory of 9/11

    When we give our talent and time to help others, we honor the memories of those that were lost and preserve the spirit of solidarity that flourished in the aftermath of the attack.


  • From the Archives: September 11, a Day of Service and Remembrance

    We mark the National Day of Service and Remembrance, with a look back at the First Family, sometimes joined by White House guests, serving others.


  • Paying Tribute with Service

    You can sign up for a service opportunity marking September 11th at Serve.gov.


  • Weekly Address: Coming Together to Remember September 11th

    President Obama marks the eleventh anniversary of the September 11th attacks by remembering the innocent lives lost, and honoring the first responders and men and women in uniform who have served and sacrificed to keep our country safe.


  • Developing an Action Plan for Success


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