Where is American Red Cross  Corporate office Headquarters

American Red Cross Headquarters Address and Contact

American Red Cross
  • Address:  2025 East Street, NW, Suite 100, Washington, DC 20006United States
  • Phone Number: 202-303-5214
  • Fax Number: 202-303-6604
  • Email: socialmedia@redcross.org
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    Number of Employees: N/A 
  • Established: 1881
  • Founder: N/A
  • Key People: Ms. Gail J. McGovern (CEO, President & Director)

American Red Cross Headquarters Location & Directions

American Red Cross Headquarters Executive Team



Ms. Suzanne C. DeFrancis

Chief Public Affairs Officer

Mr. Neal Litvack

Chief Development Officer

Ms. Melissa B. Hurst

Chief Human Resources Officer

Mr. John Crary

Chief Information Officer

About American Red Cross, History and Headquarters Information


American Red Cross was founded in the year 1881. The organisation has been active for almost 137 years now. The founder of the company is Clara Burton. It was the founder that lead two major relief programs on two different occasion - one being the Great Fire of 1881 in Michigan, and the other being the Johnstown Flood in the year 1889. In the year 1904, the founder was ousted from the organisation. The organisation started making its own structural reforms, and all the social workers that were professional had taken over the reins. In the year 2006, the total revenue of the organisation had risen to $6 billion, which had decreased after hurricane Katrina.

Headquarters Info

The headquarters of the organisation is based in 431 18th Street, NW. The city name is Washington, located in the state of DC. The pin code of the area is 20006.


American Red Cross is a humanitarian organisation based in America that specialises in disaster relief, assistance during disasters, and also provides education to students as well. The organisation works under the Red Crescent Societies and International Federation of Red Cross. The current president of the organisation is Gail J McGovern. As of the year 2017, the total revenue generated by the organisation is more than $2.7 billion. The headquarters of the organisation is based in Washington, Columbia. It also has about 39 reference laboratories under its name as well.


The primary services of the American Red Cross include providing support for emergency situations and natural disasters. The organisation is also the most abundant blood supplier in the USA, with the distribution being provided to more than 2,600 hospitals around the USA. The organisation also provides testing procedures for various infectious diseases like HIV, the virus of the West Nile Hepatitis B or C, etcetera. The organisation also controls all blood donation camps in the USA as well.

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  • Hugh Gerlach says:

    Blood Donor: Hugh M. Gerlach

    I was rejected from giving Blood on 9-16-21 @ the Elks in Martinsville, Va by the Doctor on call, Dr. John Nobiletti because he” didn’t Feel comfortable about it”
    I am a Quad amputee and have been giving blood for the last 4 years just about every 2 months and received my 9 gallon pin in July 2021. THIS IS MY WAY OF GIVING BACK TO MY COMMUNITY. The blood donation staff have been great at every donation cycle and worked with me to get my Hemoglobin count. It is unacceptable that the on-call doctor can reject me because he felt like it. I had an appointment scheduled, waited 40 minutes to begin the initial assessment then spent another 40 minutes waiting to get “permission” from Dr. Nobiletti. Then he denied my donation.
    What do I have to do or what needs to be put in my file so this doesn’t happen again.
    I don’t understand.
    Please help, I don’t want to go the media or the ADA because I feel I am being discriminated against just because I have no hands
    Thank you in advance
    Hugh Gerlach

  • Robert Greene says:

    Doesn’t surprise me Richard B Colman (vomit below) My name is Robert Greene I got just about the same treatment. All though I am needing astance. I’m a disabled veteran who resantly had a house fire. I was told because because I had no power or water service to my house it was not living there. Not true. I am self-employed or was before the crona virus. As millions of Americans are going through the same situation. For power I used a generator and for waters I had a 500 hundred gallon water tank that I would fill at a friend’s house. Who has well water as for fuel for my generator I used natural gas. I used 100 pound propane cylinders and an ac vicum pump to pull vacum on the cylinders using the same vacuum pump would pump the natural gas into the cylinders My friend recives Free gas on his property. I have never ask anyone for a hand out but I’m going to loose my house I was just asking for the materials to repair my house. It blows my mind the Red cross would turn me down because I didn’t have water or electric supplyed by a greedy company. I guess all those third world countrys all there huts must have water and electricity. I no from experience I was living a whole lot better than I am now homeless living in my truck. And by the way I live in Wv. And it’s been below freezing for the past ten or so days. Thanks Red Cross. Considering moving to a third world country so if this were to happen again I would be able to get assistance.


    Good Morning,
    I am Richard Coleman and I have applied for a volunteer position at Red Cross two (2) months ago. I received a call the next day and they said someone will call me with details. Since then I have not received anyone from Red Cross.
    I retired early, past February as a Business Manager at a Level 1 Trauma Center/ Transplant Hospital – tenured 16 1/2 years.
    I have experience and with supply chain, distribution, billing, scheduling, infection control, risk management, environmental, negotiated contracts, implants, procurement implants for transplant cases, and I managed 47 staff.
    I am very disappointed I have not contacted from anyone until I called last week and they told me to call Jody 561-383-1032 ( Boca Raton, Florida) and I did and she said she just got back from vacation and will call me, she never called me back.
    I am very disappointed from Red Cross. I do not need to get paid and I want to help you anyway I can.

    Richard Coleman

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