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Red Cross kicks off "Every Red Cent Counts"

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) – The local chapter of the American Red Cross kicked off their "Every Red Cent Counts" campaign Friday.

The group will be at several intersections in Region 8, collecting money and any spare change to help those in need after a disaster.

According to the Red Cross, five families a day in Arkansas are assisted by the ARC after losing their home to a fire. In Northeast Arkansas, it's an average of one family per day.

You can also donate by phone by calling, 870-932-3212.

Below is a list of the intersections they'll have someone at:

Jonesboro - Caraway and Johnson - manned by ASU Students; Highland and Caraway; Stadium and Nettleton; Mall at Turtle Creek; Walmart Parker Road; Walmart Highland Drive;

Blytheville – Walmart & Hays Grocery

Osceola – Walmart & Food Giant

Walnut Ridge - Main and Front Streets & Walmart

Wynne – Walmart & Falls and Bridges Streets

Paragould - Old Bonanza Parking Lot

Corning - Hwys 62 & 67

Harrisburg - Hwy 14

Pocahontas – Walmart & Price Chopper

Every 5 minutes the life-saving mission of the American Red Cross benefits an Arkansan.

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