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The Heartbeat of Community Service: Volunteer with the Red Cross in N.E. Oklahoma

Image courtesy of The American National Red Cross © 2024. All rights reserved.

Every volunteer contributes to the community. The Red Cross, a beacon of hope and assistance, offers a unique opportunity this spring for N.E. Oklahoma residents. Not only can they volunteer but also serve as crucial links to the Native citizens of the region. The Quapaw Nation, with Randy Jackson, Director of Emergency Management, backs our partnership with the Red Cross, enhancing community safety and preparedness.

A Call to Action

  • 📆 Date: April 9th

  • ⏰ Time: 10:00 AM

  • 🏢 Venue: Emergency Operations Center (EOC)

  • 🗺️ Location: 58200 E 64 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, United States

On this day, the EOC in N.E. Oklahoma will become a hub for those interested in embarking on a journey of service and compassion. The Red Cross will share insights into the world of volunteering, with a special emphasis on recruiting a liaison or liaisons dedicated to serving the Native communities.

Why Volunteer?

Volunteering with the Red Cross offers more than the satisfaction of helping others. It is a chance to develop new skills, meet like-minded individuals, and be part of a global humanitarian effort. For those stepping into the role of a liaison, it represents a unique opportunity to bridge communities, providing not just aid but also understanding and support tailored to the cultural and specific needs of the Native citizens in N.E. Oklahoma.

The Support You'll Receive

The Red Cross is committed to ensuring that all volunteers are equipped with the training and tools necessary for their roles. As a liaison, you'll receive specialized training that not only prepares you for the tasks ahead but also deepens your understanding of the cultural sensitivities and needs of the communities you'll serve.

Image courtesy of The American National Red Cross © 2024. All rights reserved.

Who Can Volunteer?

The beauty of volunteering is that it is open to all. Whether you're a seasoned volunteer or new to the idea of service, the Red Cross welcomes anyone with a heart to help and a desire to make a difference. The only prerequisites are a willingness to learn and a commitment to the mission of the Red Cross.

Take the First Step

If you've been looking for a way to contribute to your community, to stand in solidarity with those in need, this is your moment. Join us on April 9th at the EOC and see how you can become part of a larger movement of care, compassion, and community service. Your journey with the Red Cross starts here, but the impact you make will resonate far and wide.

Together, let's weave a stronger, more resilient community fabric. See you there!


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