American Red Cross of Mid-South

The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.

Letter from Executive Director, Laura Vaughn – December 2015

laura vaughn_blogThe American Red Cross is making it easier than ever to give a meaningful—and enduring—gift of support, strength and hope to someone who needs it this year. Thanks to the 2015 American Red Cross Holiday Gift Catalog, holiday shoppers can cross a name off their gift list by “purchasing” a symbolic gift and sending a free greeting or electronic card to the person their donation is honoring.

They say that it’s the thought that counts and at the Red Cross we hope you’ll think about helping those in need by giving something that means something this holiday season. Our holiday catalog makes it easy to make a donation honoring someone on your holiday shopping list and let them see what it can mean to the people who are helped by that donation to the Red Cross.”

Throughout the festive holiday catalog are heartwarming stories from just a few of the thousands of people helped by the Red Cross. Available in print and online, the catalog provides a diverse list of symbolic gifts that illustrate in a tangible way what a donation in honor of a loved one, colleague or client can mean to someone in need. Items range from infant care supplies to support families in emergency shelters to comfort kits for wounded warriors, from vaccinations that save the lives of children around the world to clean up kits that help put a family’s life back in order after a disaster.

You can access the Red Cross 2015 Holiday Gift Catalog online, visit and then choose from an assortment of symbolic gifts.

Thank you for all that you do for the Red Cross.

Laura Vaughn


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