Media Contacts

Press Room

If you’re a member of the media and are looking to visit a shelter, please note that this is our most updated information. Shelter location information is subject to change without notice. Please check with your local chapter or call 1-866-GET-INFO to confirm this information.

Shelter Guidelines for the Media


National Media:

  • Please call the Disaster Public Affairs line at (202) 303-5551, and we will find the appropriate person for your particular request.

Local Media:


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Give us your feedback. The more we know about how you are using this page, the better we can suit your needs on the next disaster operation. If there is some specific information or formats that would be more helpful for you, please file a comment below.

Please note: Comments regarding the format and content of this site go to the social media team. If you have other inquires please visit www.redcross.org and click “contact us” or contact your local chapter.

5 Responses to Media Contacts

  1. Douglas says:

    Hi there,

    Just wanted to send you a note letting you know that the site has been added to the WordPress Showcase. You can see details here:

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  2. Luis Manuel Ruiz says:

    I am a former Radio operator fm the USAF/USSOCOM, (CAT) Team, 622nd AES, 290th JCSS, MacDill AFB, AFSOC, JSOC,C4I-IT trained, Official Weapons Courier, for JRTC, possessed TS/SSBI.SCI (per DCID 1/14). Retired 2001, Able to assist with Communications, at Command Post, Send/Receive/Direct/ traffic and in any other capacity necessary to this effort. Call me [personal information redacted] Reside in Miami, Work for myself. Can leave immediately, I am Single, no ties.

  3. teri says:

    HI, trying to get through to someone, WABCTV not open yet and their website is a mess. The feed on TV for the Red Cross Haiti relief has the phone number that when I called is in Spanish. It is confusing for those of us who don’tspeak Spanish, I hit one since I figured that might take me somewhere I could understand and it did. What about those who might be confused though? I think you might be missing out on some donations.Time is of the essence.Maybe two numbers displayed would be better?

  4. Gmmy Radio says:

    Gmmy Radio and Gmmy Websites will be asking doners to donate to the American Redcross, We shall also put the Red Cross logo on our website.

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