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American Red Cross

Nov 9, 2012

Sandy likely biggest U.S. relief effort since 2005

WASHINGTON — Widespread destruction from Superstorm Sandy will likely make for the largest U.S. relief effort by the American Red Cross and others since Hurricane Katrina. By Friday, the Red Cross had raised $117 million in donations and pledges. The Salvation Army raised $5 million. As the largest private relief organization, the Red Cross saw […]

Nov 7, 2012

In-House Interrogatory

Have general counsels taken on more of an executive position at your company? If so, has their pay increased?

Sep 7, 2012

Red Cross executive Miller to retire

The American Red Cross of the Chesapeake Region will soon bid farewell to Regional Executive Frank L. Miller Jr., who plans to retire Oct. 26 after almost four decades with the nonprofit humanitarian relief organization.

Dec 26, 2011

Six days left: dig deep for charity

Including today, you have six days left to give to charity for that all-important 2011 tax deduction. If you’re like me, you started out strong in the early part of the year, but slowed down around July or August. Now is the time to sit down with your receipts to determine how much you have […]

Sep 30, 2011

Katzenberger wins award for volunteer work that recalls her granddaughter

Debi Katzenberger recently received a Spirited Women in Balance Award from Morton’s The Steakhouse and at their event to support the Central Maryland chapter of the American Red Cross. Katzenberger is a supervisor at CareFirst BlueCrossBlueShield, where she has worked for the past 16 years. She created the Casey Cares Kami’s Jammies program after […]

Sep 1, 2011

Red Cross consolidates Maryland operation to cut costs

HAGERSTOWN — The American Red Cross says it’s cutting 17 full-time staff positions across western, central and southern Maryland. The nonprofit organization said Thursday it must consolidate operations in the Chesapeake region to reduce costs. Spokesman Doug Lent says the budget for disaster relief isn’t affected. Lent says offices in Cumberland and La Plata will […]

Jan 4, 2011

Helping Others, 1/4: What businesses and firms did in 2010

The Daily Record would like to note through its fifth annual Helping Others recognition campaign the contributions of time, money and other forms of support made by Maryland businesses, law firms and institutions to worthy causes during 2010. Benefit ‘office party’ Merritt Athletic Clubs held “Baltimore’s Biggest Holiday Office Party” on Dec. 9, inviting other […]

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