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The UC Davis Red Cross Club is a student organization. The organization is also an American Red Cross Davis Chapter associated with the Yolo County Red Cross. We are a health care based community service group that provides various volunteer activities, specializing in disaster preparedness, CPR First Aid training, and other various health care service projects!
Our mission statement is, "The American Red Cross, a humanitarian organization led by volunteers, will provide relief to victim if disaster and help people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies."
The club is open to everyone (citizens of Davis, UC Davis undergraduates, staffs, facilities, and even alumni) who is interested in being a part of our mission statement.
For more information about us, please visit our website, come to our general meetings or email us any questions you have.
Winter 2013 General Meetings
Meeting times and locations for Fall quarter general meetings are as followed,
-General Meeting #1: January 16th
-General Meeting #2: January 30th
-General Meeting #3: February 13th
-General Meeting #4: February 27th
-General Meeting #5: March 13th
All meetings are in Wellman 146, from 7:00pm to 8:00pm
To become an active member, download and fill out an application form that can be found on our website under the 'Forms' page. Turn the application in to an officer or at any general meeting.
Expectations for an active member include:
-Pay an annual membership fee of $15
-Registering online as a Red Cross Volunteer
-Completing a one time Volunteer Orientation
-Attend a minimum of 2 general meetings per quarter
-Volunteer a minimum of 6 hours a quarter
Our community service projects include, but are not limited to,
-Davis Community Meal - assist the Davis Community Meal staffs in making and serving food to low-income and homeless individuals.
-Blood Drive - be a volunteer at the quarterly blood drive on campus. Provide assistant to blood donors and Blood Source staffs to help run a successful drive.
-Relay for Life - a day-long walk dedicated to raise cancer awareness.
-Community Disaster Education - To educate the Yolo County community in preventing and preparing for disasters.
The ARCC has three committees that members are encouraged to be a part of.
Preparedness Education Committee
• Promote disaster readiness and education to community and campus
• This committee will also give CPR/First AId/AED classes for a very low price!
Health and Safety Committee
• Educate and spread awareness of various health issues in the local community and teach precautions steps to take when facing certain health issues.
International Awareness Committee
• Educate and raise awareness and aid for international disasters.
• Give presentations to the club, send aid and donations.
President - Harvinder Kaur
Vice President - Laura Bell
Secretary - Aparna Rajpurkar
Activities Coordinator - Samantha Baxley
Treasurer - Elizabeth Richards
Historian - Reva Vishwas
Publicity - Navjot Dhammi
International Awareness Committee Chair - Gulraj Gill
Health and Safety Committee Chair- Khushbu Patel
Preparedness Committee Chair - Azkaa Zaman
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