American Red Cross of Loudoun and Prince William

We serve the Loudoun and greater Prince William County communities through disaster response, blood collection, serving military families and providing lifesaving CPR training.

Our office hours vary each week. Please call first before arriving and leave a message if there is no answer.

Operating as usual

We're Ready. Are You? 2022 Disaster Preparedness Summit PSA 03/10/2022

We're Ready. Are You? 2022 Disaster Preparedness Summit PSA

We're Ready. Are You? 2022 Disaster Preparedness Summit PSA Emergencies happen – we just don’t know when or where they will occur, or how large of a response might be needed. But from climate change to public…

Photos from American Red Cross of the National Capital & Greater Chesapeake Region's post 03/07/2022

Photos from American Red Cross of the National Capital & Greater Chesapeake Region's post

03/04/2022

We are hosting our first ever 2 day blood drive! The banks are super low and blood is soo important! Please sign up ASAP to get your spot. Us this link : https://www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/drive-results?zipSponsor=PaulDavis

Devastation in Ukraine: How the Red Cross is Helping 02/24/2022

Devastation in Ukraine: How the Red Cross is Helping

Devastation in Ukraine: How the Red Cross is Helping As war erupts in Ukraine, the Red Cross is vowing continued support for the at-risk families in the region. Further escalation will worsen an already devastating humanitarian situation in Ukraine.

02/21/2022

Thank you to the American Red Cross for helping our staff with CPR and AED training! ❤️

Disaster Preparedness Summit 02/16/2022

Disaster Preparedness Summit

The #RedCross is ready for emergencies and disasters. Are you? Get a kit, make a plan, stay informed—and take action by participating in the Disaster Preparedness Summit on March 24th! Register early to ensure a FREE seat for this virtual event: http://www.redcross.org/dcdisastersummit

Disaster Preparedness Summit Emergencies will happen – we just don’t know when or where they might occur, or how large of a response could be needed. But from climate change to public health; and cyber-security to wildfires and hurricanes, one fact remains: the frequency of large-scale disasters is on the rise.

02/02/2022

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02/02/2022

Today, we honor blood banking pioneer Dr. Charles R. Drew. As the director of the first Red Cross Blood bank, he innovated a way to collect blood donations through mobile blood donation stations.

But wait, there's more. During World War II, his plasma research helped save thousands of lives on the battlefield. Now, his groundbreaking work is used to treat people with cancer, trauma injuries and even COVID-19.

We're honored to highlight him and his legacy.

#BlackHistoryMonth

Photos from Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce's post 01/28/2022

Photos from Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce's post

Photos from American Red Cross of Loudoun and Prince William's post 01/28/2022

GreenDrop ribbon-cutting this morning with Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce , Board Member Peggy Musgrave, super volunteer Art Shaw along with a couple of our Red Cross dogs. You can bring your physical donations to 42020 Village Center Plaza, Aldie, VA 20105 and GreenDrop converts your donation to cash to support the mission of your American Red Cross of the National Capital & Greater Chesapeake Region ! We also got to show off our Emergency Response Vehicle (ERV), which was generously donated by Wind River Chimes

01/21/2022

Join us in Stone Bridge for the Jan. 28 GreenDrop ribbon-cutting celebrating their new donation site that supports American Red Cross of the National Capital & Greater Chesapeake Region!

12/14/2021

Erwin Stierle, Executive Director of the American Red Cross of Loudoun and Prince William Counties speaks with Good Morning Washington reporter Kristin Powers about the critical need for blood donations in the wake of tornadoes that impacted the southeast and Midwest. You can help by donating blood by registering today at RedCrossBlood.org #RedCross #kentuckystrong @RedCrossNCGC

Photos from American Red Cross of the National Capital & Greater Chesapeake Region's post 12/13/2021

Photos from American Red Cross of the National Capital & Greater Chesapeake Region's post

Photos from American Red Cross of the National Capital & Greater Chesapeake Region's post 12/03/2021

Photos from American Red Cross of the National Capital & Greater Chesapeake Region's post

Timeline photos 11/30/2021

Timeline photos

Just $50 can provide blankets to 10 people after a disaster strikes. This #GivingTuesday, help us be there when people need it most. Tap here to make a donation: https://rdcrss.org/blankets #GiveWithMeaning

11/17/2021

Sickle Cell Initiative - All Hands On Deck (Three)

05/04/2020

American Red Cross of the National Capital & Greater Chesapeake Region

During the coronavirus pandemic, #EmergenciesDontStop — and neither does the work of the American Red Cross. Each day, people still rely on us to help prevent and alleviate their suffering, and we’re grateful to our volunteers and employees working tirelessly to support those we serve.

This is a time to take care of one another. On #GivingTuesdayNow, tomorrow, please help by donating at redcross.org/giving-tuesday-now.

05/01/2020

American Red Cross of the National Capital & Greater Chesapeake Region

During the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, millions of us are under stay-at-home orders and practicing social distancing. And for many of us, this means more time in the kitchen cooking meals.

Here are some tips to keep safe in the kitchen! ⬇️
🔪 Keep an eye on what you fry! Stay in the kitchen and never leave cooking food unattended. If you must leave the kitchen, even for a short period of time, turn off the stove.
🔪 Clean the stove and the area around it before turning on the heat.
🔪Turn pot handles to the back of the stove to avoid spills.
🔪Use a timer to remind yourself that the stove or oven is on. Always check the kitchen before going to bed or leaving the home to make sure all stoves, ovens and small appliances are turned off.
🔪When frying food, turn the burner off if you see smoke or if the grease starts to boil. Fires can start when the heat is too high. Carefully remove the pan from the burner.
🔪Consider purchasing a fire extinguisher to keep in your kitchen. Contact your local fire department to take training on the proper use of extinguishers.

Learn more here ➡️ bit.ly/covidcookingsafety

04/29/2020

American Red Cross of the National Capital & Greater Chesapeake Region

Thank you to Walmart Giving for their Community Grant to support the American #RedCross! This grant is part of Walmart’s commitment to giving back to the communities where they operate.

In fact, Mrs. Helen Walton used to say "It's not what you gather, but what you scatter that tells what kind of life you have lived."

Thank you #WalmartGiving - we are truly #BetterTogether! 🤲

04/23/2020

Disasters will not stop during the coronavirus outbreak. The Red Cross is continuing to respond to disasters every day in our community, providing families who have lost everything with the support they need in the midst of this pandemic. We’ve created new protocols with public health officials to ensure the safety of local communities and our workforce, while still providing the help and hope when disasters strike.

04/22/2020

It's #NationalVolunteerWeek! And man, do we love our volunteers! They make up 98% of our workforce, after all. 🤟

Tell us why YOU support the #RedCross as a volunteer - tag us at @RedCrossNCGC with the hashtag #WhyIVolunteer. 💕

You might be featured next!

04/22/2020

American Red Cross of the National Capital & Greater Chesapeake Region

Thank you, volunteers, for your support, time, and dedication to helping us save lives! We appreciate you! This one's for you...❤️

#NationalVolunteerWeek

Thank you, volunteers, for your support, time, and dedication to helping us save lives! We appreciate you! This one's for you...

04/18/2020

American Red Cross of the National Capital & Greater Chesapeake Region

Thank you to Mrs. Holleyanne Milley for stepping up in a time of need and volunteering! Mrs. Milley is the military’s senior spouse, her husband, GEN Mark Milley, US Army, is the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Mrs. Milley is a member of the Red Cross Service to Armed Forces Advisory Council and a volunteer. Thank you to Mrs. Milley for jumping in to support another area of the Red Cross this week as Blood Donor Screener #volunteer!

April is #NationalVolunteerMonth, and there is no better time to help support one another and the #RedCross then right now. Visit redcross.org/volunteer to see how you can help.

04/17/2020

American Red Cross of the National Capital & Greater Chesapeake Region

TH🅰️NK Y🅾️U! We greatly appreciate the generosity of the public to help stock hospital shelves for patients in need. During this uncertain time, we encourage individuals to keep scheduled appointments and to make donation appointments for the weeks ahead to ensure a stable supply throughout the pandemic
🩸: RedCrossBlood.org

#FeelGoodFriday

04/15/2020

American Red Cross - Fort Belvoir

The American Red Cross at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital is currently collecting cloth masks for use at local hospitals. Masks need to meet CDC guidelines and need to be made from clean and unused fabrics. Contact us at 202-695-5347 to coordinate drop off or send masks, preferably via UPS or Fed Ex, by April 24th to:

American Red Cross
Fort Belvoir Community Hospital
9300 DeWitt Loop
Oaks Pavilion, Room O1.207
Fort Belvoir, VA 22060

Thank you for your support!

American Red Cross - Fort Belvoir & Marine Corps Base Quantico

04/14/2020

American Red Cross

We are looking for people who are fully recovered from #COVID19 and may be able to donate plasma to help current patients with serious or immediately life-threatening COVID-19 infections. Learn more here: https://rdcrss.org/3cjGxUF

04/14/2020

American Red Cross of Loudoun and Prince William's cover photo

04/14/2020

American Red Cross of Loudoun and Prince William's cover photo

03/28/2020

American Red Cross of the National Capital & Greater Chesapeake Region

We’re so grateful for everyone who has been coming out to donate blood and help us maintain a steady supply of blood for hospitals. To help us facilitate more blood donors at our donation centers, we are looking for volunteer blood donor screeners. This position helps take donors’ temperatures and screen potential donors to keep the process safe and efficient for everyone: donors, recipients, staff, volunteers and general public. If you are healthy and think that you can step up and offer excellent customer service to our donors, please reach out to us by clicking here: redcross.org/volunteer/become-a-volunteer. Must be 18 to volunteer as a blood donor screener. Thank you! #volunteer

03/27/2020

Our very own David P. Chesler! Thank you for saving lives! Please, take time to find a place to donate. We know it's hard because so many drives have been cancelled. Visit www.redcrossblood.org and search by zip code - you can increase the radius of your search to try and find more drives.

This is David, showing us how to save up to THREE lives in less than an hour! If you are healthy and want to be a hero too, #DonateBlood with the #RedCross. Make an appointment by using the Red Cross Blood Donor App, visiting RedCrossBlood.org or calling 1-800-RED CROSS.

03/26/2020

American Red Cross of Loudoun and Prince William's cover photo

03/25/2020

American Red Cross of Loudoun and Prince William's cover photo

03/22/2020

American Red Cross

As the coronavirus pandemic grows in the U.S., we have seen more and more blood drive cancellations. In the days ahead, we need healthy donors to schedule an appointment to give. https://rdcrss.org/2J086p9

wjla.com 03/20/2020

4-time international whistling champion has donated 10 gallons of blood

wjla.com NEW MESSAGE FROM THE AMERICAN RED CROSS: The American Red Cross urges healthy individuals to give blood amid the coronavirus pandemic. Giving is a safe process and your donation will help keep the blood supply stable during this challenging time. Chris Ullman is far more than a familiar face at the....

03/18/2020

This got real, REAL fast! Since coronavirus outbreak, over 2,700 blood drives around the country have been cancelled resulting in 80,000+ fewer units of blood available to help those in need. Drives right here in Loudoun County have been cancelled. We need facilities to open up and host drives so we can get Loudoun residents out donating blood. Please see graphic - yes, it is safe to give now. If you are healthy and eligible, please schedule a donation at www.redcrossblood.org. If you have a facility that can host us, please contact us at 571.293.1771 (only for blood drive hosts, not donors). We need locations to host blood drives!

Our Story

Our office hours vary each week. Please call first before arriving and leave a message if there is no answer.

Our chapter is led and administered by the following staff: Executive Director, Erwin Stierle; lines of service staff include David Chesler, Disaster Services Program Manager; Steven Bratland, Blood Services Account Managers; Rachel Moss, Training Services Account Manager; Mary Santini, Service to Armed Forces Manager; and Teri Hinton, Volunteer Services Director. We also have volunteers that help with managing various programs and nearly 200 volunteers throughout all our lines of services who help deliver on our mission in greater Loudoun County.

We serve the Loudoun community through disaster response, blood collection, serving military families and providing lifesaving CPR training.

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215 Depot Court SE, Suite 204
Leesburg, VA
20175

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Office Hours - vary each week. Please call first before arriving and leave a message if there is no answer.

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