I use to donate for disasters when the Red Cross asked, But now I see this non profit is political. It is a shame they will not help the people in Ohio USA,
It’s always a treat to stop and get information find out what’s going on in the community and more importantly sign up for a CPR class. Looking forward to getting the information on how to become a provider. Plus the security officers on duty at the end of the day were fantastic and very helpful
Has the Red Cross Congressional tax break sham been eliminated? You'd be better off taking your money and lighting it on fire rather than donating to this Little Theater of Clowndom.
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