The Red Cross has been busy this winter. The organization is helping dozens of families get back on their feet and their resources are starting to stretch thin.
Nine people were displaced after a late night fire ripped through a set of row homes in the Kingsessing section of the city.
The organization assisted a family of four after a house fire in the 100 block of Sheridan in Pottstown.
The Red Cross worked with Penn Veterinary hospital for the content of the app.
The two-alarm fire broke out at a rowhome in Norristown, Montgomery County Saturday afternoon and spread to as many as seven other homes.
The fire was reported at about 10 p.m. at Blackbird Circle and Red Tail Road in Lower Providence Township.
Luther lost his sight 30 years ago and has relied on guide dogs. Monday night it was two-year-old Yates that woke him up from a dead sleep.
Fire personnel responded to the scene of a fire on the 2300 block of Firth Street around 6:21 p.m. Friday night.
A fire destroyed a business and several apartments Saturday morning in Paulsboro, Gloucester County.
Judge Renee Cardwell Hughes, CEO of the local Red Cross, says the agency offers a service called “Family Tracing”.
The American Red Cross Southeastern Pennsylvania chapter is hosting five days of disaster training courses here in Philadelphia, among those classes is how to care for a pet in a disaster.
The Red Cross Walk and Run to Save Lives is taking place at the Philadelphia Zoo on October 5th and organizers insist that there is still time to sign up.
The Red Cross says 14 people are receiving assistance after a fire in North Philadelphia forced them from their homes.
Authorities say the fire started on the porch of one home and quickly spread to a neighboring house, displacing 10 people.
The fire was reported at about 8:30 p.m. at the 800 block of East Chelten Avenue.