Red Cross NM

Red Cross NM The mission of the American Red Cross AZ NM Region is to prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.​ The focus of this page is the state of New Mexico.
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864 lives have been saved since we started our home fire campaign nearly six years ago. This is all thanks to volunteers...
05/06/2021

864 lives have been saved since we started our home fire campaign nearly six years ago. This is all thanks to volunteers who have taught families escape plans, educated others about fire safety, and installed smoke alarms. https://rdcrss.org/3nRTYlL

864 lives have been saved since we started our home fire campaign nearly six years ago. This is all thanks to volunteers who have taught families escape plans, educated others about fire safety, and installed smoke alarms. https://rdcrss.org/3nRTYlL

This spring, Red Cross volunteers will "Sound the Alarm" by educating 100,000 people nationwide about home fire safety. ...
05/06/2021
Home Fire Responses Rise 16% in First Three Months of 2021

This spring, Red Cross volunteers will "Sound the Alarm" by educating 100,000 people nationwide about home fire safety. The Red Cross is preparing families to act quickly through its year-round Home Fire Campaign and springtime Sound the Alarm efforts.
https://rdcrss.org/3xFBeKJ

/PRNewswire/ -- In the first three months of 2021, Americans faced 16% more home fires than they did during the same period in 2020. As the nation's most...

***Thankful Thursday***National Nurses Week is May 6-12, and the American Red Cross is proud of its long tradition of nu...
05/06/2021

***Thankful Thursday***
National Nurses Week is May 6-12, and the American Red Cross is proud of its long tradition of nurse volunteers stepping up to provide care in times of crisis. Clara Barton, who was not a nurse, was known as the “Angel of the Battlefield” for nursing and comforting wounded soldiers during the Civil War. It inspired her to found the American Red Cross in 1881 eventually.
Thank you to the more than 15,000 nurses and student nurses who serve the organization today, volunteering their time and service to help others. #Redcross.org

***Disaster Service Update*** Did you know that #homefires are the disaster the #redcross responds to the most? Over the...
05/06/2021
Pedro’s Fire Challenge: A new Amazon Alexa Skill for kids

***Disaster Service Update***
Did you know that #homefires are the disaster the #redcross responds to the most?
Over the past week, April 26th – May 2nd, our dedicated and trained New Mexico Red Cross volunteers teams cared for over 55 family members this past week after more than 22 cases opened across New Mexico.

Home fires claim seven lives every day, but you can help change that. This spring, join our national movement “Sound the Alarm” and pledge to keep your family safe by taking 2 simple steps:
1) Practice your 2-minute escape drill
2) Test your smoke alarms monthly.

If you are interested in joining our Sound the Alarm team and being a part of connecting with families impacted by home fires or other disasters contact us at SoundtheAlarm.org/NewMexico.

Thank you to our volunteers who came out to support our mission. You can also support those in your community impacted by home fires by supporting our disaster fund: Redcross.org/local/az-nm.

We're excited to announce a new Amazon Alexa Red Cross skill! Pedro's Fire Challenge teaches kids how to prepare for home fires and cope with stressful situations. Learn more: https://youtu.be/wBs27xC6ldE #EndHomeFires

Pedro’s Fire Challenge is an interactive Alexa skill for children ages 4-8 years old. Pedro the penguin guides children through a set of activities on topics...

***Disaster Service Update*** Did you know that #homefires are the disaster the #redcross responds to the most? Over the...
05/05/2021
Pedro’s Fire Challenge: A new Amazon Alexa Skill for kids

***Disaster Service Update***
Did you know that #homefires are the disaster the #redcross responds to the most?
Over the past week, April 26th – May 2nd, our dedicated and trained New Mexico Red Cross volunteers teams cared for over 55 family members this past week after more than 22 cases opened across New Mexico.

Home fires claim seven lives every day, but you can help change that. This spring, join our national movement “Sound the Alarm” and pledge to keep your family safe by taking 2 simple steps:
1) Practice your 2-minute escape drill
2) Test your smoke alarms monthly.

If you are interested in joining our Sound the Alarm team and being a part of connecting with families impacted by home fires or other disasters contact us at SoundtheAlarm.org/NewMexico.

Thank you to our volunteers who came out to support our mission. You can also support those in your community impacted by home fires by supporting our disaster fund: Redcross.org/local/az-nm.

We're excited to announce a new Amazon Alexa Red Cross skill! Pedro's Fire Challenge teaches kids how to prepare for home fires and cope with stressful situations. Learn more: https://youtu.be/wBs27xC6ldE #EndHomeFires

Pedro’s Fire Challenge is an interactive Alexa skill for children ages 4-8 years old. Pedro the penguin guides children through a set of activities on topics...

Home fires claim seven lives every day, but you can help change that.#EndHomeFires - We are raising money as part of 202...
05/05/2021

Home fires claim seven lives every day, but you can help change that.
#EndHomeFires - We are raising money as part of 2021 Sound the Alarm national campaign, The American Red Cross of Arizona & New Mexico, and your contribution will make an impact to make our communities safer and help families recover from home fires.
Most of us don't realize we have just two minutes to escape a home fire. That is why the Red Cross of Arizona and New Mexico prepares families to act quickly through our Home Fire Campaign. Join us and our national movement to keep families safe all year round. To donate, please go to: https://rdcrss.org/3enlz9P
Every little bit helps. Help Spread the Word! Thank You!

Home fires claim seven lives every day, but you can help change that.
#EndHomeFires - We are raising money as part of 2021 Sound the Alarm national campaign, The American Red Cross of Arizona & New Mexico, and your contribution will make an impact to make our communities safer and help families recover from home fires.
Most of us don't realize we have just two minutes to escape a home fire. That is why the Red Cross of Arizona and New Mexico prepares families to act quickly through our Home Fire Campaign. Join us and our national movement to keep families safe all year round. To donate, please go to: https://rdcrss.org/3enlz9P
Every little bit helps. Help Spread the Word! Thank You!

This spring, Red Cross volunteers will "Sound the Alarm" by educating 100,000 people nationwide about home fire safety. ...
05/04/2021
Home Fire Responses Rise 16% in First Three Months of 2021

This spring, Red Cross volunteers will "Sound the Alarm" by educating 100,000 people nationwide about home fire safety. The Red Cross is preparing families to act quickly through its year-round Home Fire Campaign and springtime Sound the Alarm efforts.
https://rdcrss.org/3xFBeKJ

/PRNewswire/ -- In the first three months of 2021, Americans faced 16% more home fires than they did during the same period in 2020. As the nation's most...

The International Humanitarian Law (IHL) will be hosting a very special event on May 4th (noon EST) as a way to celebrat...
05/03/2021

The International Humanitarian Law (IHL) will be hosting a very special event on May 4th (noon EST) as a way to celebrate both IHL and the galaxy far far away, Star Wars. The event will be a really fun exploration of IHL issues in the world of Star Wars, such as whether the Rebels could lawfully destroy the Death Star or issues with Ewoks’ treatment of POWs in Return of the Jedi.
Anyone interested can register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/.../tZckcemrqTIqHtOHDI-d_oXdso1...
May the Fourth Be With You!

The International Humanitarian Law (IHL) will be hosting a very special event on May 4th (noon EST) as a way to celebrate both IHL and the galaxy far far away, Star Wars. The event will be a really fun exploration of IHL issues in the world of Star Wars, such as whether the Rebels could lawfully destroy the Death Star or issues with Ewoks’ treatment of POWs in Return of the Jedi.
Anyone interested can register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/.../tZckcemrqTIqHtOHDI-d_oXdso1...
May the Fourth Be With You!

Red Cross Calls for 35,000 Volunteers Across the U.S. To Sound the AlarmWe are counting on volunteers like you to help u...
05/03/2021

Red Cross Calls for 35,000 Volunteers Across the U.S. To Sound the Alarm

We are counting on volunteers like you to help us!

Hello,
On May 8th, The American Red Cross of New Mexico volunteers will Sound the Alarm by educating 200 people in Las Cruces, New Mexico, about home fire safety. We’ll help families create an escape plan to practice their 2-minute drill, so they can safely escape a home fire.

In Arizona and New Mexico Region, we have made over 3,500 homes safer. This spring, we will educate even more households on the importance of home fire safety.

May 8th, 2021, in Las Cruces, New Mexico, the American Red Cross will be working with the local fire department going door to door, installing smoke alarms, and educating families on home fire safety.



Here is how you can help: Volunteer to help Sound the Alarm. Save a Life.

Registration is open! Click here www.SoundtheAlarm/NewMexico to sign up for an activity and commit to joining other volunteers across the country in supporting Sound the Alarm.

Make an even more significant impact by starting a Facebook fundraiser:

As part of Sound the Alarm, we encourage you to launch a Facebook fundraiser this year. The money you raise will help families prepare for, respond to, and recover from home fires. Please review the Sound the Alarm fundraising toolkit at http://soundthealarm.org/fundraising-toolkit for steps to set up your Facebook fundraiser, fundraising tips, sample social posts, and incentives you can receive for fundraising.

Pledge:

Pledge to keep your family safe by taking two simple steps:
1. Practice your 2-minute escape drill
2. Test your smoke alarms monthly.

We appreciate everything you do to make homes safer in Arizona and New Mexico Region. Please contact Kassandra Roybal at [email protected] or call at 505-205-6799 for more information.
Thank you for your time, and we look forward to seeing you at the Sound the Alarm.

Red Cross Calls for 35,000 Volunteers Across the U.S. To Sound the Alarm

We are counting on volunteers like you to help us!

Hello,
On May 8th, The American Red Cross of New Mexico volunteers will Sound the Alarm by educating 200 people in Las Cruces, New Mexico, about home fire safety. We’ll help families create an escape plan to practice their 2-minute drill, so they can safely escape a home fire.

In Arizona and New Mexico Region, we have made over 3,500 homes safer. This spring, we will educate even more households on the importance of home fire safety.

May 8th, 2021, in Las Cruces, New Mexico, the American Red Cross will be working with the local fire department going door to door, installing smoke alarms, and educating families on home fire safety.



Here is how you can help: Volunteer to help Sound the Alarm. Save a Life.

Registration is open! Click here www.SoundtheAlarm/NewMexico to sign up for an activity and commit to joining other volunteers across the country in supporting Sound the Alarm.

Make an even more significant impact by starting a Facebook fundraiser:

As part of Sound the Alarm, we encourage you to launch a Facebook fundraiser this year. The money you raise will help families prepare for, respond to, and recover from home fires. Please review the Sound the Alarm fundraising toolkit at http://soundthealarm.org/fundraising-toolkit for steps to set up your Facebook fundraiser, fundraising tips, sample social posts, and incentives you can receive for fundraising.

Pledge:

Pledge to keep your family safe by taking two simple steps:
1. Practice your 2-minute escape drill
2. Test your smoke alarms monthly.

We appreciate everything you do to make homes safer in Arizona and New Mexico Region. Please contact Kassandra Roybal at [email protected] or call at 505-205-6799 for more information.
Thank you for your time, and we look forward to seeing you at the Sound the Alarm.

Home fires claim seven lives every day, but you can help change that.#EndHomeFires - We are raising money as part of 202...
05/02/2021

Home fires claim seven lives every day, but you can help change that.
#EndHomeFires - We are raising money as part of 2021 Sound the Alarm national campaign, The American Red Cross of Arizona & New Mexico, and your contribution will make an impact to make our communities safer and help families recover from home fires.
Most of us don't realize we have just two minutes to escape a home fire. That is why the Red Cross of Arizona and New Mexico prepares families to act quickly through our Home Fire Campaign. Join us and our national movement to keep families safe all year round. To donate, please go to: https://rdcrss.org/3enlz9P
Every little bit helps. Help Spread the Word! Thank You!

Home fires claim seven lives every day, but you can help change that.
#EndHomeFires - We are raising money as part of 2021 Sound the Alarm national campaign, The American Red Cross of Arizona & New Mexico, and your contribution will make an impact to make our communities safer and help families recover from home fires.
Most of us don't realize we have just two minutes to escape a home fire. That is why the Red Cross of Arizona and New Mexico prepares families to act quickly through our Home Fire Campaign. Join us and our national movement to keep families safe all year round. To donate, please go to: https://rdcrss.org/3enlz9P
Every little bit helps. Help Spread the Word! Thank You!

Red Cross Calls for 35,000 Volunteers Across the U.S. To Sound the AlarmWe are counting on volunteers like you to help u...
05/01/2021

Red Cross Calls for 35,000 Volunteers Across the U.S. To Sound the Alarm

We are counting on volunteers like you to help us!

Hello,
On May 8th, The American Red Cross of New Mexico volunteers will Sound the Alarm by educating 200 people in Las Cruces, New Mexico, about home fire safety. We’ll help families create an escape plan to practice their 2-minute drill, so they can safely escape a home fire.

In Arizona and New Mexico Region, we have made over 3,500 homes safer. This spring, we will educate even more households on the importance of home fire safety.

May 8th, 2021, in Las Cruces, New Mexico, the American Red Cross will be working with the local fire department going door to door, installing smoke alarms, and educating families on home fire safety.



Here is how you can help: Volunteer to help Sound the Alarm. Save a Life.

Registration is open! Click here www.SoundtheAlarm/NewMexico to sign up for an activity and commit to joining other volunteers across the country in supporting Sound the Alarm.

Make an even more significant impact by starting a Facebook fundraiser:

As part of Sound the Alarm, we encourage you to launch a Facebook fundraiser this year. The money you raise will help families prepare for, respond to, and recover from home fires. Please review the Sound the Alarm fundraising toolkit at http://soundthealarm.org/fundraising-toolkit for steps to set up your Facebook fundraiser, fundraising tips, sample social posts, and incentives you can receive for fundraising.

Pledge:

Pledge to keep your family safe by taking two simple steps:
1. Practice your 2-minute escape drill
2. Test your smoke alarms monthly.

We appreciate everything you do to make homes safer in Arizona and New Mexico Region. Please contact Kassandra Roybal at [email protected] or call at 505-205-6799 for more information.
Thank you for your time, and we look forward to seeing you at the Sound the Alarm.

Red Cross Calls for 35,000 Volunteers Across the U.S. To Sound the Alarm

We are counting on volunteers like you to help us!

Hello,
On May 8th, The American Red Cross of New Mexico volunteers will Sound the Alarm by educating 200 people in Las Cruces, New Mexico, about home fire safety. We’ll help families create an escape plan to practice their 2-minute drill, so they can safely escape a home fire.

In Arizona and New Mexico Region, we have made over 3,500 homes safer. This spring, we will educate even more households on the importance of home fire safety.

May 8th, 2021, in Las Cruces, New Mexico, the American Red Cross will be working with the local fire department going door to door, installing smoke alarms, and educating families on home fire safety.



Here is how you can help: Volunteer to help Sound the Alarm. Save a Life.

Registration is open! Click here www.SoundtheAlarm/NewMexico to sign up for an activity and commit to joining other volunteers across the country in supporting Sound the Alarm.

Make an even more significant impact by starting a Facebook fundraiser:

As part of Sound the Alarm, we encourage you to launch a Facebook fundraiser this year. The money you raise will help families prepare for, respond to, and recover from home fires. Please review the Sound the Alarm fundraising toolkit at http://soundthealarm.org/fundraising-toolkit for steps to set up your Facebook fundraiser, fundraising tips, sample social posts, and incentives you can receive for fundraising.

Pledge:

Pledge to keep your family safe by taking two simple steps:
1. Practice your 2-minute escape drill
2. Test your smoke alarms monthly.

We appreciate everything you do to make homes safer in Arizona and New Mexico Region. Please contact Kassandra Roybal at [email protected] or call at 505-205-6799 for more information.
Thank you for your time, and we look forward to seeing you at the Sound the Alarm.

05/01/2021
American Red Cross Sound The Alarm 2021

In a home fire, can your family safely escape in just two minutes? It’s important to know because home fires claim seven lives every day. Join the American Red Cross and our national movement to keep your family safe by taking two simple steps. Step one- practice your two-minute escape drill.
Step two - test your smoke alarms monthly.

Together we can Sound the Alarm to prevent home fire tragedies. Visit SoundTheAlarm.org/AZ-NM to volunteer and call your friends and family to pledge to prepare your family against home fires today!

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Albuquerque, NM
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