Since 2009, American Red Cross Club at UCI (RCC) has striven to improve the lives of those in Southern California and around the world. Through our four main principles of service, leadership, fellowship, and compassion, we empower our members to follow our motto of "Community at Your Service."


Becoming a general member of American Red Cross Club at UCI is simple. We do not require a membership fee or an application; all we ask for is your interest and dedication to serving the community.


Fouzia is currently a 3rd year Human Biology major here at UCI. Here's what she has to say about her RCC experience:
"I joined the Red Cross Club because I heard from friends about how fun and amazing it was. I also heard that this club actually participated in community service, which was what I was looking for in a club. I love helping out our community. It makes me feel so good when I'm done with an event and left with the thought that I helped someone (or some people) in some way. Very few things can match those feelings.
My favorite RCC volunteering event so far was Hemopet because I love dogs and walking dogs was a great way to give back to the community. I had a dog who did not particularly enjoy walking, but she managed to walk with me for multiple laps and the man in charge noticed. The person who walked her after was unable to get her to walk as much. At the end of the event, I got the chance to walk her again, and she actually walked for a while just like the first time.
In my spare time, I enjoy catching up with old friends, whether that be through phone calls, video calls, or hanging out in person. I also enjoy watching Netflix and Disney+."


For spring quarter, general meetings will be held every Monday at 8 p.m. at https://uci.zoom.us/j/594421689!