Tuesday, April 14, 2015

The Best Part of Someone’s Worst Day

As we celebrate, thank and honor our volunteers during National Volunteer Week, we’re introducing you to real Red Cross volunteers who are talking about why they do what they do.

Today, meet Ron Quay. He started volunteering with blood drives on the East Coast, and recently joined our disaster response teams in Colorado.

When speaking about volunteering for the Red Cross, you couldn’t put it much more eloquently than Ron does: “I just do what I would want someone to do for me. It feels really good; they tell me I’m the best part of someone’s worst day.”

Watch the video:

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