Red Cross Responds to Woodbury Fire
Thursday, September 24, 2009 5:01 pm
Heart of Tennessee Chapter volunteers responded to a fire in Bradyville Thursday afternoon. Red Cross officials were able to provide the family with emergency food, clothing, medicine, housing and they were given referrals to partner agencies for other essentials.
All Red Cross assistance is free of charge, a gift from the community, made possible through donations to the Heart of Tennessee Chapter of the American Red Cross.
Please help the Red Cross continue to help your neighbors when they need it most by supporting your local Red Cross.
The Heart of Tennessee Chapter of the American Red Cross provides vital emergency assistance to help victims of local disasters in Rutherford, Bedford, Cannon, Franklin, Coffee & Moore counties.
Over the past year the Chapter trained nearly 15,000 people in CPR & First Aid, Babysitting and Aquatics training, and provided pre-deployment briefings and emergency communications for over 640 active duty military personnel and their families.
Over 13,177 pints of life-saving blood were collected from the community last year. All of these services are made possible by over 320 dedicated local Red Cross volunteers as well as through generous gifts from the local community.
To get more information please call 615) 893-4272 or log on to www.midtnredcross.org.