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Celebrating the 140th Anniversary of the American Red Cross

May 20, 2021

Red Cross Cascades Region 140 years ago, as of this Friday, May 21st, 2021, Clara Barton set out to alleviate human suffering in the world and The American Red Cross […]

For Some Military Families, Hope, Comfort and Good News Comes with a Red Cross Smile

April 29, 2021

Story by Colleen Hathaway / Red Cross Cascades Region It’s not every day that Heidi Shuford can deliver good news.  As a Red Cross Service to the Armed Forces (SAF) […]

In Honor of International Women’s Day, We Remember Clara Barton

March 8, 2021

Story by Ali Hargrave / Red Cross Cascades Region Behind every successful philanthropic effort is an individual who cared enough to enlist others on behalf of a cause they knew […]

March is Red Cross Month: Thank you, Volunteers!

March 3, 2021

Story by Colleen Hathaway / Red Cross Cascades Region March is Red Cross Month:  Thank you, Volunteers! Franklin D. Roosevelt first proclaimed March as Red Cross Month in 1943 to honor […]

Cascades Region Nurse Recognized with Prestigious Red Cross Scholarship

November 5, 2020

Story by Hastings Spencer / Red Cross Cascades Region Compassion is the cornerstone of service at the Red Cross, going back to its roots very roots with the iconic Red […]

In the Aftermath of Wildfires, the Devastation Becomes More Clear

September 28, 2020

Story and photos by Lynette Nyman / Red Cross Cascades Region When the Holiday Farm Fire blazed through the McKenzie River Valley in Oregon people fled to the east and […]

One Week Since the Start of the Historic Oregon Wildfires

September 14, 2020

Story by Lynette Nyman / Photos by Axl David / Red Cross Cascades When the call came to evacuate her home in Mollala, Oregon, Kathie Tapia grabbed her pills, pets, and wallet.   “How do […]

Red Cross Aids Hundreds of Oregonians Forced to Flee Wildfires

September 13, 2020

Story by Patricia Griffiths / Red Cross Cascades “I’m standing in smoky ash-filled air in Salem now, and it’s difficult to breathe even with a mask,” said Chad Carter, Red […]

20 Ways to Stay Safe As You Celebrate the Fourth of July

June 30, 2020

Story by American Red Cross The Fourth of July is just days away, a time when people typically enjoy the summer holiday with backyard barbecues, fireworks or water fun. But […]

A Message from Cascades Region CEO, Dale Kunce

June 4, 2020

Together we have watched the painful events of the recent week unfold across the country and in our region. The senseless death of George Floyd has laid bare generations of wounds […]