Category Archives: Disaster
AHA Red Star Deployment Update: Heading to Oklahoma Friends in Oklahoma – Red Star™ is on the way! Our thoughts and prayers are with you, and know that our Red Star teams have just deployed to assist with the rescue efforts. The State of Oklahoma has kindly extended a formal invitation for American Humane Association’sRead More
Senior Fellow American Humane Association Children’s Innovation Institute Many people are experiencing powerful feelings related to the tragedies that occurred at the Boston Marathon. There are healthy and unhealthy ways to express emotions. Children are especially vulnerable to a powerful display of emotion from adults and the chaotic atmosphere that can create. Therefore, adults canRead More
American Humane Association Offers Tips to Help Children Deal with Concerns Following the Boston Marathon Bombings WASHINGTON, D.C., April 15, 2013 – Following the bombings during the Boston Marathon today, American Humane Association issued these tips for parents and other caregivers to help children cope with the fear and uncertainty caused by this tragedy: KeepRead More
Betty White has supported the American Humane Association™ for more than sixty years now. To celebrate her 91st birthday, Betty is making a gift to the charity she has long held dear and is matching up to $25,000 in donations so that together we can purchase a Red Star™ Animal Emergency Services Rescue Vehicle forRead More
MILLIONS OF KIDS ARE SENT TO SCHOOL EVERY DAY with the expectation of a safe return home. Our notion of this guarantee has been shattered, leaving adults feeling as though their children are not safe and children feeling vulnerable to danger. Since it is the job of the adults in a society to keep children safe,Read More
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