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Dear Friend,

As a Red Cross supporter, you help us make a difference in communities in the U.S. and around the world every day of the year.

Here are the top 3 ways that generous supporters are helping families in need this holiday season:
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  • Hot meals for families ($30) for up to 3 people delivered through our feeding trucks or in shelter kitchens to give them energy and comfort as they work to rebuild their lives following an emergency.
  • A full day in an emergency shelter ($100) for up to 2 people who may find themselves with nothing left except the clothes on their backs. A shelter stay provides essentials such as meals, blankets, cots to sleep on and toiletries.
  • Military comfort kits ($200) for 4 wounded heroes recovering in the hospital. The kit contains items to make an injured service members’ stay a little more comfortable, including a robe, shower shoes, personal toiletries and a music gift card.
Supporters like you help the Red Cross respond to a disaster every 9 minutes of every day. While the need is constant, your support and our commitment are unwavering. It’s an incredible feeling to be a part of a community of incredibly dedicated individuals.

No matter which gift you choose from our 2013 Red Cross Holiday Giving Catalog, know that you are making a difference and providing relief to a family who finds themselves in need.

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Happy holidays!
Gail Signature
Gail McGovern
President and CEO, American Red Cross
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