Mayor Adams Lights City Red For Red Cross Month From Harlem To Hollis

March 6, 2024

New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced that City Hall and several municipal buildings will be lit red tonight in recognition of Red Cross Month.

A national movement honoring those who make the lifesaving mission of the American Red Cross possible.  

“This Red Cross Month, we recognize the unwavering dedication of the American Red Cross as it continues to deliver for New York City and for communities across the country,” said Mayor Adams. “Their commitment to providing relief and support in times of crisis embodies the spirit of service that defines our city. I’m inviting New Yorkers to join the mission by volunteering, giving blood, learning lifesaving skills, or making a financial donation if you can. Most importantly, let us join together in gratitude for their vital work and in support of their mission to alleviate suffering and save lives.” 

In addition to City Hall, the following city buildings and iconic New York City sites will be lit up red tonight: 

  • Bronx County Courthouse: 851 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10451 
  • Brooklyn Borough Hall: 209 Joralemon St, Brooklyn, NY 11201 
  • The David N. Dinkins Manhattan Municipal Building: 1 Centre Street, New York, NY 10007 
  • Queens Borough Hall: 120-55 Queens Blvd, Kew Gardens, NY 11424  
  • Staten Island Borough Hall: 10 Richmond Ter, Staten Island, NY 10301 

Photo credit: The Photo is from the Red Cross Harlem Service Center in Harlem, NY (source).

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