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Aftermath of a massive fire at a Union City chuch
Aftermath of a massive fire at a Union City church (Red Cross NJ Chapter)
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Young boy killed in Union City fire leaving dozens homeless

A 2-year-old lost his life in the blaze that displaced at least 85 people.

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Why NJ needs blood donors right away: 10 key facts

An emergency call for blood and platelets has been issued by the Red Cross as a result of what it says is an "extremely low summer blood supply."

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Jeoffrey Maitem/Getty Images
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NJ Residents Helping Filipino Typhoon Victims [AUDIO]

After Typhoon Haiyan ripped through the Philippines a few days ago, the death toll continues to rise, and it may climb to more than 10,000.

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Recovery Continues After Sandy
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Red Cross Continues Post-Sandy Response [AUDIO]

As Sandy ripped through the Garden State a year ago, the American Red Cross faced significant challenges as they got set to begin their relief efforts.

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Dennis Macdonald, Getty Images
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American Red Cross Awards $2-Million NJ Housing Grant

The American Red Cross has awarded a $2 million grant to Habitat for Humanity International to repair dozens of New Jersey homes damaged by Superstorm Sandy.

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Sandy Charities Slowly Distributing Aid [AUDIO]

As of January 15th, the American Red Cross raised approximately $249 million for those affected by Superstorm Sandy. At the end of 2012, $110 million had been distributed to the impacted areas.

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John Moore, Getty Images
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NJ Groups Offer Comfort In Connecticut [AUDIO]

Many organizations are finding ways to help the people impacted by the tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut. Some that are lending a hand come from New Jersey.

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Chris Kleponis/ CNP, Pool/Getty Images
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Red Cross Helping Thousands Of New Jersey Hurricane Victims [AUDIO]

The American Red Cross has set up 28 shelters across Jersey, lending a helping hand to thousands who are struggling to recover from Hurricane Sandy.

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Perth Amboy fire
Perth Amboy fire (WNBC TV)
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Red Cross Helping NJ Families Caught in Rash of Dwelling Fires [AUDIO]

The American Red Cross has been very busy of late, helping New Jersey families who have fallen victims to fires, especially in North Jersey.

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Hurricane Season Starts Soon: Are You Prepared? [AUDIO]

It's National Hurricane Preparedness Week, and the American Red Cross is reminding folks to prepare now. Hurricane season begins June 1 and ends November 30.

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