Message from ARCRA President Jim Hamilton
First, I want to wish everyone the very best in 2020. As with the other fellow Red Cross retirees that volunteer with ARCRA, I am honored to be helping to keep you informed about issues of importance. A key annual task is for us to meet with Red Cross leadership. Our goal is to identify any potential changes within retirement benefits, the health of the pension system and any other issues that could affect retirees. This year, we will be meeting in March, and we will provide an update following that meeting.
Secondly, I want to thank each of you for your service with the American Red Cross. Regardless of where you worked within the Red Cross, I can guarantee you that your years of service were critically important and truly appreciated by the thousands of people that received Red Cross assistance and blood products. Serving people in need is definitely a badge of honor that you have all earned. On behalf of those who have and will be served by the American Red Cross, thank you!
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