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  • Presented by: Stephanie Johnson Emma Okul John Monroe Samantha ParksAMERICAN RED CROSS

  • VIDEO CLIPS http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0b83hXXTmk&feature=related

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2o-DvNnF6A&feature=channel

  • Founded in 1881 by visionary leader Clara Barton

    Volunteer-led ,humanitarian Organization headquartered in Washington, DC.

    Provides emergency assistance, disaster relief and education within the United States.

    Include community service for the needy , communication and comfort to the military members, processing and distribution blood, involvement in international relief and program developments.DESCRIPTION OF THE ORGANIZATION

  • Issues, Concepts , Topics Fear of infection discovery

    Communication

    Positive attitude at all times

    Diversity no barriers of race, color, etc

  • Volunteered at American Red Cross locations in Omaha, NE.

    Helped donors getting refreshments at the Red cross canteen after they donated blood.

    Shared donors experiences

    TEAM CIVIC ENGAGEMENT

  • Every minute of every day, someone needs blood. That blood can only come from a volunteer donor.There is no substitute for donation.

    A blood donation occurs when a healthy person voluntarily has blood drawn and used for transfusions.

    The actual process takes 20minutes

    All donated blood is extensively testedBefore being distributed.VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: BLOOD DONATION

  • ARTICLES Donating blood to the Red Cross: my scare ( Sept. 15th, 2010).

    The story of Patrick Earley, a Huntington Beach man who has been donating platelets for 18 years

  • INCREASE AWARENESS OF BLOOD DONATING

  • We learned, that donating blood may not only benefit the person who received the blood cells but also improve the health of the donor.We learned this when we participated as volunteers at the American Red Cross and shared with some donors.This learning matters because every single blood donation can help save up to 3 lives, and every 2 seconds, someone in America needs blood.In light of this learning we need to realize the importance of donating blood and getting involved in the process.KEYS TO ARTICULATE LEARNING

  • SPECIAL thank you to Megan, Heidi, Judy at American Red Cross located in 132nd and dodge

    Any Questions??????THE END

    You want you all to understand the importance of donating blood. Be a part of it, support the cause and make a difference!*

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