Heroes Breakfast Highlights

Thank you to everyone who supported our 2014 Heroes Breakfast! More than 450 guests shared a wonderful, inspiring morning while meeting this year’s Heroes and learning more about their extraordinary acts of courage, resiliency and generosity. Below, we share photo highlights of the event. Click here to see the Heroes videos. 

Give Life Hero Kate Ross (l) with Red Cross board member Tom Meyer. Photo credit: Andy King
Give Life Hero Kate Ross (l) with Red Cross board member Tom Meyer. Photo credit: Andy King
Red Cross President and CEO Gail McGovern. Photo credit: Andy King
National American Red Cross President and CEO Gail McGovern. Photo credit: Andy King
Military Hero Dennis Davis (l) and Red Cross Social Advocate Kevin Schreifels. Photo credit: Andy King
Military Hero Dennis Davis (l) and Red Cross Social Advocate Kevin Schreifels. Photo credit: Andy King
Local Red Cross CEOs Geoff Kaufmann and Phil Hansen. Photo credit: Andy King
Local Red Cross CEOs Geoff Kaufmann and Phil Hansen. Photo credit: Andy King
USBank CEO Richard Davis. Photo credit: Andy King
USBank CEO Richard Davis. Photo credit: Andy King
Around 450 people attended our 2014 Heroes Breakfast in Minneapolis. Photo credit: Andy King
Around 450 people attended our 2014 Heroes Breakfast in Minneapolis. Photo credit: Andy King
The 2014 Heroes (l-r): Zoran Pedisic, Shane Linehan, Kate Ross, Sydney Book, Dennis Davis and Pat Harris. Photo credit: Andy King
The 2014 Heroes (l-r): Zoran Pedisic, Shane Linehan, Kate Ross, Sydney Book, Dennis Davis and Pat Harris. Photo credit: Andy King
Local Red Cross board co-chair Lori McDougal. Photo credit: Andy King
Local Red Cross board vice-chair Lori McDougal. Photo credit: Andy King
Red Cross President & CEO Gail McGovern takes a group "selfie" with the Social Advocates. Photo credit: Carrie Carlson-Guest
Red Cross President & CEO Gail McGovern takes a group “selfie” with the Social Advocates. Photo credit: Carrie Carlson-Guest

Author: American Red Cross

The American Red Cross provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. The Minnesota Region serves 5.2 million people across Minnesota and part of western Wisconsin.

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