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Barton organized a meeting on May 12 of that year at the home of Senator Omar D. Clara Barton (1821–1912) founded the American chapter after learning of the Red Cross in Geneva, Switzerland.The first chapters opened in upstate New York, where she had connections.Barton was unable to build up a staff she trusted and her fundraising was lackluster. Professional social work experts took control and made the group a model of Progressive Era scientific reform.New leader Mabel Thorp Boardman constantly consulted with senior government officials, military officers, social workers and financiers. They imposed an ethos of "managerialism", transforming the agency from Barton's cult of personality to an "organizational humanitarianism" ready for expansion.This includes Ellie Goulding's cover of Elton John's 'Your Song' which shot to number one after it featured in their 2010 Christmas offering.She went on to perform the song at the wedding reception of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as the couple had their first dance as man and wife.Fyfe Dangerfield climbed into the top ten with his cover of Billy Joel’s classic 'Always A Woman To Me' after it was used in the High Street brand's touching advert which showed a woman on the path of life from childhood to becoming a wife, mother and grandmother.John Lewis have a hard act of follow with their latest advert as their 2011 Christmas broadcast touched the heart of the nation.

For more than 50 years, ARC provided allograft tissue for transplant through sales in its Tissue Services Program.A leader in the plasma industry, ARC provides more than one quarter of the nation's plasma products.Red Cross Plasma Services provides plasma products that are reliable, cost-effective and as safe as possible.Barton led one of the group's first major relief efforts, a response to the September 4–6, 1881 Great Fire of 1881 (Thumb Fire) in the Thumb region of Michigan. The next major disaster was the Johnstown Flood, which occurred on May 31, 1889.

Over 2,209 people died and thousands more were injured in or near Johnstown, Pennsylvania in one of the worst disasters in United States history.

Last year it was a little boy with a big heart who left viewers misty-eyed in the John Lewis Christmas commercial.