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 Enjoy the special rewards of helping others as a Red Cross volunteer.
 You may never work harder or get dirtier. But it will be the best job you never got paid to do.

Somewhere, a family's home burns to the ground. Somewhere, a soldier needs
to be notified of a family emergency. Somewhere, lifesaving skills are being taught to the babysitters that will
watch your child or grandchild. closer than you might think. We do these things almost every
single day.

Volunteers are the heart of the Red Cross. We need you to make a difference in the lives of others.

Call the branch office nearest you to find out more, or contact us by e-mail.


  • Disaster Relief - Provide relief services to victims of fires, floods, tornadoes and other disasters. Join our Disaster Action Team.
  • Health & Safety - Teach lifesaving skills in first aid, CPR, life guarding or water safety. Give presentations on vital health and safety issues to community groups. Work reception area - answering phone, registering students, giving information about First Aid and CPR classes. Help enter and maintain training records.
  • HIV/AIDS Instructor - Give Red Cross HIV/AIDS Education presentations to community groups.
  • Armed Forces Emergency Services – As an on-call worker, assist military service personnel in contacting their families during family emergencies.
  • Leadership - Provide guidance through service on chapter committees or the Board of Directors.
  • Fund-Raising Events - Help to plan and carry out special fund-raising events.

American Red Cross - South Texas Red Cross

P.O. Box 2202, Harlingen, TX 78551-2202
office: (956) 423-0523   fax: (956) 423-0542
Pharr Office
425 W. State St.
office: (956) 787-7851   fax: (956) 787-6841
Marta Fuentes-Service Center Coord.
Harlingen Office-Headquarters
6914 W. Expressway 83
office: (956) 423-0523   fax: (956) 423-0542
Chris Delgado-Service Center Coord.


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