News Maker Stacy McFarland of Red Cross on Firefighters benefit

The American Red Cross will be at this Sunday’s Fire in the Valley event at the Backseat Events Center.

We spoke to the Executive Director of the Greater Shenandoah Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross Stacy McFarland about the event in our latest news maker.

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Stacy tells us how the funds raised from the June 2 event will be used.

She also tells us how the American Red Cross is there when emergencies strike and how funds help in that effort.

Stacy also tells us other ways to help the Red Cross other than attending the June 2 event.

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News Maker Stacy McFarland on blood drives

Monday, January 29 the American Red Cross will host a blood drive in honor of the West Virginia State Troopers shot in the line of duty.

We spoke to the Executive Director for the Greater Shenandoah Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross Stacy McFarland in our latest news maker.

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Stacy tells us that the Red Cross is in an Emergency Blood Shortage situation due to weather conditions canceling an incredible number of drives.

She also gives us the connection for making an appointment for Monday’s blood drive honoring the officers at the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office.

Stacy also reviews how much easier it is to give with the Rapid Pass option.

Even if you can’t make Monday’s blood drive use this link to set an appointment using your zip code to make a more convent appointment for yourself.

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News Maker Stacy McFarland on the Am. Red Cross Ian recovery

Hurricane Ian has taken its toll on the American Red Cross.

We spoke with Stacy McFarland the Executive Director of the American Red Cross of the Greater Shenandoah Valley about that in our latest news maker.

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Stacy says one of the most important things we can do is donate blood.

A major blood drive takes place Mon. Oct. 24 to honor the former Mayor of Winchester Charles Zuckerman and First Lady Virginia.

Both were major supporters of the Red Cross, Charles donated almost 40 gallons of blood in his lifetime.

Stacy tells us a number of appointments are still open for that drive.

You can fill an appointment for that drive or another blood drive here.

Stacy also tells us of other important ways to help the Red Cross.

Click here for Stacy’s interview.

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