Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Why is the Clock Tower Glowing Red?

Denver, CO, Tuesday, August 2, 2016, - The American Red Cross is hosting a networking opportunity for invited guests at The Daniels & Fisher Clock Tower in Denver from 5:30 to 7:30 P.M., Wednesday, August 3, 2016. The event is themed, “What makes the Red Cross Tick”, and is designed to educate those invited guests about what the Red Cross does and how they can be better involved in the humanitarian mission.

In support of this activity the D&F Clock Tower will be “turned red” tonight and Wednesday night. We hope that people, even those not attending the event, who see the Tower lit up in red will take a moment to think about the Red Cross and its humanitarian mission and the support that the Red Cross brings to Colorado and Wyoming every day.

What makes the Red Cross tick is the daily need in our community for individuals to perform lifesaving skills such as CPR/First Aid, to help people recover from a home fire, to support people affected by a large wildfire or other disaster, or to provide support for our Armed Forces, their families and veterans. Ninety percent of the disaster force within the Red Cross is volunteer so finding people willing to give of their time is crucial to the success of our mission.  The Red Cross has been helping people in Colorado and Wyoming for more than 100 years.

Please note that this is not a public event and designed for invited guests only.

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