The former commander of Navy Region Hawaii, Rear Admiral Rick Williams spearheaded numerous expeditionary alternative energy projects for the United States military. Having led a successful career serving his country, Rear Admiral Rick Williams intends to spend his retirement as a volunteer dedicating his spare time to supporting the community through the American Red Cross.
The American Red Cross relies on the contributions of donors to continue its mission of connecting people and communities worldwide. Stateside, its donors fund relief efforts that impact nearly 70,000 disasters annually. Food and shelter as well as emotional support are among the necessities that make it possible to rebuild and restore order during times of tragedy.
The American Red Cross maximizes its donations by allocating 91 cents from every dollar to services and programs. People who are interested in supporting the humanitarian organization have six ways to make a financial contribution. Donations are accepted online, by mail, over the phone, and through text messaging. Options to set up recurring donations and to contribute through a business or retailer are available.