Robert Fitzgerald, or better known as Bert, has been one of our most outstanding volunteers. Bert has a master’s degree in Psychology and worked for nearly 30 years at Jefferson County’s Madison State Hospital as a social worker. Bert’s background in health care and mental health has proved invaluable in his many Red Cross volunteerContinue reading “The Impact of a Red Cross Volunteer”
A Tri-State couple is continuing to give back to the community in more ways than one. Meet Don and Peggy Racster of Evansville. They have been volunteering for the American Red Cross for many years. Read and watch the full story by clicking here.
Tara Brower is in the fight for her life. She was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) on December 1, 2020. She credits blood donations from selfless strangers for her ability to keep fighting.
Giving selflessly is the mark of any good volunteer, but for one Evansville man, it’s the number of ways he gives back that makes him this week’s Hometown Hero.
Amy Slabaugh was simply amazed.
The American Red Cross had organized a blood drive in honor of her son, Ian, who has battled Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia for more than five years. The goal was to get 50 donors for the Feb. 2 event, but 79 people registered, everyone showed up, and everyone was able to give blood.