Volunteer Connection  

DCS-STA: Sound The Alarm. Save A Life. – 3/24/2018 – 08:00 AM – KOREATOWN(LA)


Each year, the Red Cross responds to nearly 66,000 disasters, the vast majority of which are home fires. On average 7 people die every day from a home fire, 36 people suffer injuries as a result of home fires every day, and over $7 billion in property damage occurs every year. Join us and our partners as we work to reduce death and injury from home fires by 25% by 2020!

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Thank you!

Base Camp

Event Time: 8:00am - 2:30pm

Age & Photo Release

Youth under 18 need parental consent to participate in Home Fire Campaign events. 
Please print out and have your parent/guardian fill out the Parental Consent form and bring
it with you to the Registration table on the day of the event. Opportunities available for youth
are Documenter and Educator positions on Installation Teams. 

Download & Print Parental Consent Form

I give to American Red Cross, and its designees and agents, unlimited permission to photograph, videotape,
and record me and my residence/property; and, for American Red Cross and its licensees and assignees,
permission to use, publish and republish in any form or media for any purpose, information about me,
statements made by me, and reproduction of my likeness, my voice, and my residence/property,
with or without identification of me by name.  If a child’s image is used with mine or separately, and
I am the parent or guardian of that child, I agree to this on behalf of myself and the child. 

Ways to Help

There are a variety of ways to help at this event. Please see below for a general description of these options and indicate any preference you have in terms of how you'd like to help us on the day of the event.

Volunteer Safety Educator:  Educates the family on fire safety
and assists with completing a disaster plan while the smoke alarms
are being installed.  This volunteer should be comfortable speaking
with a wide variety of individuals.

Volunteer Smoke Alarm Installer:  Installs smoke alarms in
homes during the canvassing event.  This volunteer should be
comfortable using a ladder and a power drill.

Volunteer Documenter:  Records information about each home
and the number of alarms installed.  This person should be
comfortable completing basic paperwork.

Base Camp Support Volunteers: help in all aspects of event
preparation and management from, shuttle drivers, trainers, logistics,
canvassing and base camp set-up to registration and feeding.
This opportunity is only available to Red Cross Volunteers.
Click here to apply to become a Red Cross volunteer.

Group Information

Please complete the information below if you are volunteering
as part of a group or organization.

Please click “SUBMIT” to complete your registration

Note: In accordance with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998, youth under the age of 13
cannot be registered on Red Cross websites nor have personal information stored online by any
Red Cross unit, but can still support the organization and be recognized as a volunteer.