LOS ANGELES, Sept. 9 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In commemoration of the first September 11 National Day of Service and Remembrance the American Red Cross of Greater Los Angeles will host three 2-hour volunteer orientations for 100+ youth and adults. As part of the orientation the volunteers will receive a tour of the chapter's new state of the art Emergency Operation Center, which acted as the headquarters for the Red Cross' response to the recent California wildfires.
What: The volunteers will be introduced to Red Cross principles and the chapter's volunteer needs. This orientation is the first of three steps to become a Red Cross Volunteer.
Where: American Red Cross of Greater Los Angeles
Conference Room A
11355 Ohio Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90025
When: Friday, September 11, 2009
10:00 AM, 5:00 PM (Youth Volunteer Orientation) and 6:00 PM
The Red Cross is a volunteer-led humanitarian organization, with more than 1,800 volunteers serving the Greater Los Angeles Area.
About the American Red Cross of Greater Los Angeles
The American Red Cross of Greater Los Angeles is dedicated to helping make families and communities safer. The American Red Cross of Greater Los Angeles responds to an average of one disaster a day in the 37 cities it serves in the Los Angeles region. The Red Cross provides relief for victims of house and apartment fires, earthquakes, floods hazardous material spills, transportation accidents, explosions and other natural or man-made disasters --- 24 hours a day. Last year, the chapter trained more than 100,000 people in vital life-saving skills, including CPR and first aid. For more information about the Los Angeles Red Cross, please visit www.RedCrossLA.org.
|SOURCE American Red Cross of Greater Los Angeles|
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