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Why We Give: Wright Tree Service

Support from Red Cross volunteers and services are becoming increasingly needed as we continue to experience increased natural disasters. We know that when disasters strike, there are generous donors, like Wright Tree Service, committed to our mission of alleviating human suffering in the face of emergencies. Wright Tree Service is a long-time supporter of Red Cross disaster relief. Their continued support enables us to send help where it is needed.

While thanking them for their support of our work at home and throughout the country, we asked them to share their reasons for supporting the American Red Cross.

Q: What connects Wright Tree Service to the American Red Cross’s mission? 

A: Part of our mission is to make a positive difference in the communities we serve. We see the American Red Cross as a great example for how to make an impact in the communities where we live and work.

Q: Why has Wright Tree Service continued to generously support the Red Cross through the years? 

A: When we are asked to respond to the aftermath of natural disasters across the country, there is always one common thing we see at each location, the American Red Cross is there as well. 

They are there to help the communities, and they are there supporting our employees along with the other responders. We appreciate it very much.

Q: What about Wright Tree Service’s partnership with the Red Cross do you look forward to each year?

A: We are proud to support the Red Cross. When our paths cross in the field, we see exactly how donations are put to good use. We also enjoy seeing the Red Cross acknowledge folks for their contributions.

Q: How would you encourage others to support the Red Cross through giving blood, financial support and/or volunteering? 

A: We encourage everyone to support the Red Cross in any way they can. It is important to understand that everything helps and every contribution is needed.

To learn more about how you can support the Red Cross, please visit

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