Hope everyone is having a wonderful last few last weeks of school. As the school year winds down and summer starts we want to share our Red Cross club summer plans.
If anyone is interested in finding opportunities to volunteer or give back to the community, feel free to give us an email or subscribe to our email list to receive information about possible events and opportunities.
Summer calls for a great time to volunteer and get those SSL hours in. Learn how you can get lifeguard, CPR or babysitting certified.
Additionally, we are looking to host a blood drive sometime throughout the summer. This will be open to the entire B-CC community held most likely at a local fire or rescue station. We will post more information about this soon once we get a confirmed location. But this is a great way to help out and volunteer even if you are unable to donate.
Stay tuned for more information!
-BCC Red Cross Club
Join the High School Leadership Program and make a difference at your school and in your community by engaging today. Giving blood through the Red Cross is a true service and leadership activity. We are depending on you to be a leader, spread the word and help save lives.
This meaningful reward and recognition program is designed specifically for high school students who are interested in joining the Red Cross Family. Participation is easy – create a profile, log your activities and receive your rewards.
Send us an email at BCCredcrossclub@gmail.com and let us know if you’re interested. We’ll help you get started and stay on track.
Check out the website and sign-up now! http://leader.redcrossblood.org/
Welcome to the B-CC Red Cross Club website. Here you will find everything you need to know about this rewarding experience. This club was founded by juniors, Iana Sahadzic and Grace Feitel, as a way to expand their helping hand in the community. Join them and the club in events and meetings. Don’t forget to sign up for the blood drive in the spring and fall. Stay tuned for more events and news. Go barons, let’s save some lives!