Donors Sought For Blood Drive In Southfield TodayGive blood, save a life.
Red Cross Issues Urgent Call For Most Needed Blood Types In Metro DetroitThe American Red Cross is facing a looming shortage of the blood types most needed by patients.
Give One Last Gift This Holiday Season With A Blood DonationEligible donors with all blood types are needed, especially those with type O negative, A negative or B negative.
Detroit Defeats Boston In Red Cross Blood BattleDropping ALCS Game Six to the Red Sox may have been a blow to Tigers fans, but Detroit beat Boston big in another battle.
Detroit V. Boston In Blood Donation ChallengeDetroit is squaring off against Boston for the ALCS, but we're battling Beantown for even higher stakes off the field.
Pre-Teen Raises More Than 12k For Red Cross During Annual Swim-A-ThonMolly Pribble is an athlete on a mission for the American Red Cross.
Michigan Volunteers Aid Oklahoma Tornado Victims"It was like nothing I had seen ... It really didn't look like a neighborhood at all," said one local Red Cross volunteer.
CareTech Cares at HIMSS13CareTech Solutions, an IT and Web products and services provider for more than 200 U.S. hospitals, announced a new corporate philanthropy project that will complement the company’s trade show activities called CareTech Cares.
Red Cross Urges People To Start Sending Cards To America's HeroesThe Holiday Mail for Heroes mailbox will be available through December.
Donors Get Free Pistons Tickets At 11th Annual Palace Blood DriveEveryone who donates blood at this year’s Palace Blood Drive will receive special thank you gifts including: Detroit Pistons memorabilia, Pistons tickets to a pre-season game and the first game of the regular season, and a $10 gift card.
American Red Cross Workers In Mich End StrikeMore than 200 American Red Cross workers in Michigan who went on strike in March in a dispute related to contract negotiations are expected back at work.
Local Red Cross Leader Gets Letter From President ObamaFor nearly 40 years, one man has stood at the helm of the Southeast Michigan Red Cross. But now their leader is stepping down and being bestowed the highest honor imaginable - a letter from the White House.