Volunteers and Members
Voluntary service is the corner stone of the Lebanese Red Cross work. The Society relies, in its work and activities, on the efforts of its volunteers (men and women) of different ages, each according to his or her specialization, skills and knowledge, in order to fulfill local, national and international needs. Voluntary service is a fundamental principle and one characteristic of the interactive National Society.
Lebanese Red Cross Organization:
The Lebanese Red Cross statute stipulates two levels of organization:
Central Organization: composed of the General Assembly, the Central Committee and the Executive Committee. Local Organization: composed of Local Committees assigned in the form of at least one committee for each Caza. The structure of the organization relies on the volunteers of the Society. The membership in the local organization and the work within it, constitute the basis for promotion inside the Lebanese Red Cross, from Local to Central Organization, with all its responsibilities.
Voluntary service in Lebanese Red Cross:
The organizational structure of the Lebanese Red Cross is flexible as to its capacity to receive volunteers wishing to support the services, work and activities of the Society. These volunteers get trained on essential skills so that they can perform their voluntary work on local, national or international levels.
All Lebanese are welcome to volunteer all year long. Volunteers applying to work in the Local Organization (Local Committees) must be accepted by the Executive Committee. Recruitment of volunteers is done through announcements in centers, clubs, universities and high schools periodically for certain programs.
Fields of voluntary service:
Any volunteer can help and work in many fields such as:
- Local committees
- First aid services
- Youth clubs & activities
- Medical and Social Services
- Blood banks
- Dissemination of IHL
- Mine awareness
|Halba Annual Dinner|
Under the patronage and in the presence of the President of the Lebanese Red Cross Ms. Suzanne Oueiss, LRC Halba branch had its annual dinner...