Red Cross Helps 66 Alaskans in the Month of March

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The American Red Cross of Alaska responds to calls for assistance, on average, almost once a day state-wide. In March, 66 people were assisted; of those assisted, at least 12 were children under the age of 18.  Including, 5 who were listed as young children (0-5).

VOLUNTEERS, all across the state, give up their free time to make this amount of help in their communities possible.

Breakdown of service by area:

Anchorage: 25 individuals received aid.

Kasigluk: 2 individuals receive aid.

Fairbanks: 12 individuals received aid.

Juneau: 3 individuals received aid.

Soldotna: 5 individuals received aid.

Ketchikan: 5 individuals received aid.

Wasilla: 3 individuals received aid.

Diomede: 2 individuals received aid.

Barrow: 4 individuals received aid.

Craig: 4 individuals received aid.

Valdez: 1 individuals received aid.

 

About the American Red Cross of Alaska:
In FY17, the American Red Cross of Alaska offered food, shelter, comfort and hope to 949 Alaskans. We responded to 305 disasters.  Our preparedness / Health and Safety teams installed 2,311 smoke alarms statewide and educated 1,884 youth through our Pillowcase Project. Additionally, our Service to the Armed Forces staff exchanged 957 emergency messages for U.S. military service personnel and their families. The Red Cross is a not-for-profit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. For more information, please visit
redcross.org/Alaska or visit us on Twitter at @redcrossak.

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Red Cross Helps 89 Alaskans in the Month of February

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The American Red Cross of Alaska responds to calls for assistance, on average, almost once a day state-wide. In February, 89 people were assisted; of those assisted, at least 15 were children under the age of 18.  Including, 9 who were listed as young children (0-5).

VOLUNTEERS, all across the state, give up their free time to make this amount of help in their communities possible.

Breakdown of service by area:

Anchorage: 45 individuals received aid.

Fairbanks: 18 individuals received aid.

North Pole: 2 individuals received aid.

Homer: 2 individuals received aid.

Kenai: 8 individuals received aid.

Ketchikan: 1 individuals received aid.

Wasilla: 12 individuals received aid.

White Mountain: 1 individuals received aid.

About the American Red Cross of Alaska:
In FY17, the American Red Cross of Alaska offered food, shelter, comfort and hope to 949 Alaskans. We responded to 305 disasters.  Our preparedness / Health and Safety teams installed 2,311 smoke alarms statewide and educated 1,884 youth through our Pillowcase Project. Additionally, our Service to the Armed Forces staff exchanged 957 emergency messages for U.S. military service personnel and their families. The Red Cross is a not-for-profit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. For more information, please visit
redcross.org/Alaska or visit us on Twitter at @redcrossak.

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Red Cross Helps 113 Alaskans in the Month of January

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The American Red Cross of Alaska responds to calls for assistance, on average, almost once a day state-wide. In January, 113 people were assisted; of those assisted, at least 42 were children under the age of 18.  Including, 10 who were listed as young children (0-5).

VOLUNTEERS, all across the state, give up their free time to make this amount of help in their communities possible.

Breakdown of service by area:

Anchorage: 54 individuals received aid.

Nunapitchuk: 7 individuals received aid.

Fairbanks: 3 individuals received aid.

North Pole: 8 individuals received aid.

Juneau: 4 individuals received aid.

Anchor Point: 3 individuals received aid.

Soldotna: 8 individuals received aid.

Kenai: 14 individuals received aid.

Homer: 1 individual received aid.

Palmer: 3 individuals received aid.

Wasilla: 7 individuals received aid.

Gambell: 1 individuals received aid.

About the American Red Cross of Alaska:
In FY17, the American Red Cross of Alaska offered food, shelter, comfort and hope to 949 Alaskans. We responded to 305 disasters.  Our preparedness / Health and Safety teams installed 2,311 smoke alarms statewide and educated 1,884 youth through our Pillowcase Project. Additionally, our Service to the Armed Forces staff exchanged 957 emergency messages for U.S. military service personnel and their families. The Red Cross is a not-for-profit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. For more information, please visit
redcross.org/Alaska or visit us on Twitter at @redcrossak.

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Red Cross Helps 46 Alaskans in the Month of December

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The American Red Cross of Alaska responds to calls for assistance, on average, almost once a day state-wide. In December, 46 people were assisted; of those assisted, at least 5 were children under the age of 18.  Including, 10 who were listed as young children (0-5).

VOLUNTEERS, all across the state, give up their free time to make this amount of help in their communities possible.

Breakdown of service by area:

Anchorage: 22 individuals received aid.

North Pole: 2 individuals received aid.

Talkeetna: 2 individuals received aid.

Delta Junction: 4 individuals received aid.

Quinhagak: 4 individuals received aid.

Palmer: 2 individual received aid.

Wasilla: 7 individuals received aid.

Juneau: 2 individuals received aid.

Homer: 1 individuals received aid.

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Disaster Response Summary November 2017

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The American Red Cross of Alaska responds to calls for assistance, on average, almost once a day state-wide. In November, 58 people were assisted; of those assisted, at least 8 were children under the age of 18.  Including, 6 who were listed as young children (0-5).

VOLUNTEERS, all across the state, give up their free time to make this amount of help in their communities possible.

Breakdown of service by area:

Anchorage: 39 individuals received aid.

Fairbanks: 4 individuals received aid.

Delta Junction: 2 individuals received aid.

Wasilla: 2 individuals received aid.

Willow: 4 individuals received aid.

Copper Center: 1 individual received aid.

Soldotna: 4 individuals received aid.

Kasilof: 2 individuals received aid.

About the American Red Cross of Alaska:
In FY17, the American Red Cross of Alaska offered food, shelter, comfort and hope to 949 Alaskans. We responded to 305 disasters.  Our preparedness / Health and Safety teams installed 2,311 smoke alarms statewide and educated 1,884 youth through our Pillowcase Project. Additionally, our Service to the Armed Forces staff exchanged 957 emergency messages for U.S. military service personnel and their families. The Red Cross is a not-for-profit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. For more information, please visit
redcross.org/Alaska or visit us on Twitter at @redcrossak.

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Disaster Response Summary October 2017

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The American Red Cross of Alaska responds to calls for assistance, on average, almost once a day state-wide. In October, 51 people were assisted; of those assisted, at least 8 were children under the age of 18.  Including, 4 who were listed as young children (0-5).

VOLUNTEERS, all across the state, give up their free time to make this amount of help in their communities possible.

Breakdown of service by area:

Anchorage: 21 individuals received aid.

Fairbanks: 4 individuals received aid.

North Pole: 5 individuals received aid.

Nome: 10 individuals received aid.

Delta Junction: 4 individuals received aid.

Wasilla: 6 individuals received aid.

Valdez: 1 individuals received aid.

Disaster Response Summary September 2017

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The American Red Cross of Alaska responds to calls for assistance, on average, almost once a day state-wide. In September, 47 people were assisted; of those assisted, at least 14 were children under the age of 18.  Including, 5 who were listed as young children (0-5).

VOLUNTEERS, all across the state, give up their free time to make this amount of help in their communities possible.

Breakdown of service by area:

Anchorage: 18 individuals received aid.

Fairbanks: 2 individuals received aid.

Seward: 1 individuals received aid.

Soldotna: 2 individuals received aid.

Sterling: 1 individuals received aid.

Nome: 6 individuals received aid.

Toksook Bay: 7 individuals received aid.

Palmer: 1 individuals received aid.

Wasilla: 5 individuals received aid.

Juneau: 4 individuals received aid.

Disaster Response Summary August 2017

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The American Red Cross of Alaska responds to calls for assistance, on average, almost once a day state-wide. In August, 50 people were assisted; of those assisted, at least 14 were children under the age of 18.  Including, 5 who were listed as young children (0-5).

VOLUNTEERS, all across the state, give up their free time to make this amount of help in their communities possible.

Breakdown of service by area:

Anchorage: 17 individuals received aid.

Fairbanks: 5 individuals received aid.

Nome: 7 individuals received aid.

Tooksook Bay: 8 individuals received aid.

Wasilla: 7 individuals received aid.

Soldotna: 3 individuals received aid.

Sterling: 2 individuals received aid.

Haines: 1 individuals received aid.

Disaster Response Summary July 2017

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The American Red Cross of Alaska responds to calls for assistance, on average, almost once a day state-wide. In July, 50 people were assisted; of those assisted, at least 10 were children under the age of 18.  Including, 7 who were listed as young children (0-5).

 

VOLUNTEERS, all across the state, give up their free time to make this amount of help in their communities possible.

Breakdown of service by area:

Anchorage: 35 individuals received aid

Chugiak: 3 individuals received aid

Fairbanks: 1 individuals received aid

North Pole: 1 individuals received aid

Toksook Bay: 5 individuals received aid

Nikolaevsk: 5 individuals received aid

Disaster Response Summary May 2017

redcross-ak-imageThe American Red Cross of Alaska responds to calls for assistance, on average, almost once a day state-wide. In May, 77 people were assisted; of those assisted, at least 19 were children under the age of 18.  Including, 5 who were listed as young children (0-5).

VOLUNTEERS, all across the state, give up their free time to make this amount of help in their communities possible.

Breakdown of service by area:

Anchorage: 10 individuals received aid

Eagle River: 2 individuals received aid

Fairbanks: 1 individuals received aid

Delta Junction: 6 individuals received aid

Juneau: 12 individuals received aid

North Pole: 6 individuals received aid

Chugiak: 3 individuals received aid

Wasilla: 24 individuals received aid

Teller: 1 individuals received aid

Kwethluk: 4 individuals received aid

Copper Center: 2 individuals received aid

Anaktuvuk Pass: 4 individuals received aid

Big Lake: 2 individuals received aid