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Judy Gregory A.

Emergency Services Director

American Red Cross

Direct Phone: (920) ***-****       

Email: j***@***.org

The American Red Cross Lakeland Chapter

American Red Cross

2025 E Street, NW

Washington, District of Columbia 20006

United States

Company Description

Since its founding in 1881 by visionary leader Clara Barton, the American Red Cross has been the nation's premier emergency response organization. As part of a worldwide movement that offers neutral humanitarian care to the victims of war, the American Re ... more

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Employment History

Manager DS Program
American Red Cross

Regional Manager Disaster Programs
American Red Cross

Emergency Services Director
Red Cross Lakeland Chapter

Disaster Services Director
Red Cross Lakeland Chapter

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For nine months, Judy ...

newredcrossblog.org [cached]

For nine months, Judy Gregory, Red Cross Emergency Services Director has spearheaded our Ice Bowl participation and more than 50 volunteers and staff were involved during the actual event!


Door County Daily News.com

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Judy Gregory, the disaster services director for the Red Cross Lakeland Chapter, says a couple of families volunteered to be hosts before help was even asked for.(Audio Here)Gregory says victims of Katrina have to go some place since rebuilding the Gulf Coast area is going to be a long process.Judy believes it is every American's civic duty to help out victims in some sort of way.(Audio Here)As for volunteers and money being raised, Gregory says things are going well.People have been coming in steadily to the Red Cross offices and donating money.

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The volunteers will be trained by the Red Cross according to Judy Gregory the disaster services director, and will work in three-week stints.(Audio Here)Gregory said the first step is to fill out an application and go through the training and then the volunteers will get to go to the hardest hit areas.Gregory did warn that when helping, volunteers would be living in the same conditions as the people who survived the disaster. (Audio Here)One of the hardest things about volunteering said Gregory, was getting taking a break.She said all the volunteers work hard and don't want to stop.The Red Cross is going to be looking for a lot of help over the next few months.
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Judy Gregory, the disaster services director, said the Red Cross is putting an emphasis on financial donations to get supplies down to areas that are off limits. (Audio Here)Financial contributions can be given to the local Red Cross agency that is located at 430 Jefferson in Sturgeon Bay.In addition to monetary donations, the Red Cross is in serious need of blood to help the survivors. (Audio Here)Gregory said at the moment they are not accepting food donations or anything like that because there is no place to put it, and getting it down there is an issue.She also said they offer assistance in locating family members who have medical or special needs.


American Red Cross Lakeland Chapter

www.arclakeland.org [cached]

Contact: Judy Gregory, Emergency Services Director at 920-227-4281or lakelanddoor@arclakeland.org

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"The financial pressure faced by members ...

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"The financial pressure faced by members of our military and their families just compounds the strain that overseas deployments present," said Judy Gregory, Emergency Services Director, American Red Cross.

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For more information or to request an application for assistance please call Judy Gregory, Emergency Services Director for the American Red Cross at 920-227-4281 or lakelanddoor@arclakeland.org


Judy Gregory, emergency ...

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Judy Gregory, emergency services director for the Northeastern Wisconsin region of the American Red Cross, said the displaced families did not have renter's insurance and lost all their belongings. The families lived in buildings at 113 and 115 W. Pulaski St., which housed businesses and apartments. Counseling services will be available for the families, who are now staying with friends and family, she said.

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