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American Red Cross Honors Telemundo at Heritage of Service Dinner
Date:5/14/2008

A Celebration of Inspiration and Hope

WASHINGTON, May 14 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American Red Cross will honor Telemundo with its prestigious Henry P. Davison Award at the organization's Heritage of Service Dinner this evening. The Heritage of Service Dinner is a celebration to recognize the outstanding dedication and commitment from individuals, organizations, partners and corporations who enable the Red Cross to achieve its noble mission each year. Telemundo is being recognized for its contribution in community service and preparedness through helping the Red Cross reach out to Spanish-speaking audiences. This national, donor recognition event will bring together members of Congress, military leaders, Washington dignitaries, corporate representatives and Red Cross partners and volunteers. Accepting the award for Telemundo will be its President, Don Browne.

"The American Red Cross could not be more delighted to recognize and applaud one of our organization's most dedicated corporate partners," said Bonnie McElveen-Hunter, Chairman of the Red Cross. "Telemundo has helped the Red Cross translate America's compassion, commitment and caring into action by providing our message and mission of hope to many new communities across the country. We are very grateful to Telemundo for enabling the Red Cross to better communicate with all those we serve."

"This award validates Telemundo's commitment to inform, empower, inspire and entertain US Hispanics," said Browne. "It is our honor to accept the award and we are proud to work with the Red Cross in delivering its message to the Hispanic community."

In 1899, at age 32, Henry Davison became the youngest U.S. bank president. In 1917, President Wilson created a War Council to lead the Red Cross through World War I and appointed Davison as its Chairman. Under Davison's leadership, wartime contributions to the Red Cross reached the extraordinary value of $400 million; Red Cross membership g
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