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Looking back, moving forward

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  JANUARY 2013
Looking back, moving forward
Looking back, moving forward
Emergencies touched so many last year and through them all, Red Cross supporters were there. In 2014, you can be there for families in need, every single day. Become a Red Cross monthly donor, and your gift will work around the clock to make a difference.

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We’re just 7 days into the new year and I can't help but think back on how much you helped us accomplish in 2013. Your support changed lives.

A new year will certainly bring new challenges and the Red Cross will be working around the clock to help communities prepare for, respond to and recover from emergencies throughout the coming year.

Much of the country is covered by record cold. If you or a loved one lives in an area experiencing severe weather, be prepared and stay safe with these winter storm tips.

Thank you for standing with us,
Gail McGovern
American Red Cross
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Resolve to help save lives
January is National Blood Donor Month. Whether you are donating blood regularly or are signing up for the first time, make an incredible difference in someone’s life.

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