Thank You to our Building Partners who helped make Red Cross Giving Day a Success

Bank of America Plaza and the Omni Hotel in downtown Dallas illuminated red in support of Red Cross Giving Day.
Bank of America Plaza and the Omni Hotel in downtown Dallas illuminated red in support of Red Cross Giving Day. Photo credit: Red Cross volunteer

This year’s March is Red Cross Month, Light the City Red project was a fantastic success. Please accept our most sincere, thank you!  

Our building partners in downtown Dallas, including the Omni Hotel, Comerica Bank Tower, Bank of America Plaza, AT&T Discovery District and Whitacre Tower, One Arts Plaza and KPMG Plaza-Dallas could not have looked any better. 

In Fort Worth, Sundance Square, the new City Hall (previously known as the Pier 1 building) and the Will Rogers Memorial Coliseum Tower also illuminated the heart of the city in red. We also want to send out a big thank you to the Toyota campus and Legacy West in Plano as well as to Arlington for lighting up their downtown square and Abrams Street sculptures. 

Aerial view of Sundance Square in downtown Fort Worth with buildings trimmed in red lights to celebrate Red Cross Giving Day.
Aerial view of Sundance Square in downtown Fort Worth with buildings trimmed in red lights to celebrate Red Cross Giving Day. Photo credit: Red Cross volunteer

Thank you so much for helping us raise the spirits of our volunteers and staff. We could not have celebrated this eighth annual Giving Day tradition without your grace and support. 

More than 51,000 supporters from across the country generously donated to help provide emergency shelter, food, relief items, emotional support and aid for families affected by future disasters in the U.S. 

On behalf of the people we serve, thank you. Your generosity and support help the Red Cross provide relief and hope when it is needed most. 

See pictures of the night sky lit up red across DFW on our Flickr page.

About the American Red Cross: 

The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides comfort to victims of disasters; supplies about 40% of the nation’s blood; teaches skills that save lives; distributes international humanitarian aid; and supports veterans, military members and their families. The Red Cross is a nonprofit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to deliver its mission. For more information, please visit redcross.org or cruzrojaamericana.org, or visit us on Twitter at @RedCross. 

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