American Red Cross
More 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.
For 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.
A strike by more than 200 American Red Cross workers in Michigan in a dispute related to contract negotiations has hit the two-week mark.
Some American Red Cross workers in Michigan could go on strike Friday in a dispute over contract negotiations.
They’re the second busiest Red Cross Disaster Relief Team in the country — and their 74-year-old fearless leader isn’t showing any signs of slowing down.
Elizabeth Snell, an employee with the American Red Cross in southeastern Michigan, has been recognized for her commitment to the military community with a nomination for Military Spouse of the Year.
While everyone’s blood is definitely red, not everyone shares the same blood type.
Hundreds of thousands of cards are making their way to U.S. service members, veterans and their loved ones worldwide through Holiday Mail for Heroes from the American Red Cross.
To supplement critically low blood supplies in the area, the City of Troy is sponsoring two Red Cross blood drives on Wednesday and Thursday.
An apartment fire leaves several Detroit residents without a place to stay.