accessibility & help

March 2012 press releases

Man writing on laptop

Everyday First Aid online resource scoops top digital award

27 Mar 2012

An innovative web resource designed to make vital first aid skills accessible to all has picked up a prestigious industry award.

Child having his arm measured

British Red Cross releases funds to support the West Africa Food Crisis appeal

21 Mar 2012

The British Red Cross has released £125,000 from its Disaster Fund in an attempt to head off a looming disaster in the Sahel region of West Africa.

View from a headland overlooking Onagawa seafront - while most rubble has been cleared, reconstruction has not yet begun

Japan one year on, Red Cross switches focus to communities in limbo

09 Mar 2012

One year on from the devastating Japanese earthquake and tsunami which killed around 20,000 people, shattered coastal towns, and triggered the ongoing nuclear crisis, the Red Cross is helping to rebuild communities torn apart by the triple disaster.

Students in the classroom

British Red Cross puts teachers in soldiers’ shoes at Education Show

12 Mar 2012

You are a soldier hunting down a notorious war criminal; he appears at a public event. You have the chance to eliminate him, but in doing so there is a very real risk of killing innocent civilians. What do you do?

British Red Cross and H&M ask shoppers to donate garments during Climate Week and receive a £5 voucher

12 Mar 2012

British Red Cross and H&M are excited to announce an in-store recycling partnership as part of Climate Week 2012. Climate Week, backed by Sir Paul McCartney and the Prime Minister, launches on Monday and the Red Cross and H&M are calling on shoppers to donate unwanted or unused clothes of any brand in selected stores nationwide throughout the week.

Sahel woman

‘We must grasp this chance to act now’ British Red Cross warns as it launches West Africa Food Crisis appeal

16 Mar 2012

The British Red Cross today launched its West Africa Food Crisis appeal in an attempt to head off a looming disaster in the Sahel region of West Africa.

March 2012 press releases

Man writing on laptop

Everyday First Aid online resource scoops top digital award

27 Mar 2012

An innovative web resource designed to make vital first aid skills accessible to all has picked up a prestigious industry award.

Child having his arm measured

British Red Cross releases funds to support the West Africa Food Crisis appeal

21 Mar 2012

The British Red Cross has released £125,000 from its Disaster Fund in an attempt to head off a looming disaster in the Sahel region of West Africa.

View from a headland overlooking Onagawa seafront - while most rubble has been cleared, reconstruction has not yet begun

Japan one year on, Red Cross switches focus to communities in limbo

09 Mar 2012

One year on from the devastating Japanese earthquake and tsunami which killed around 20,000 people, shattered coastal towns, and triggered the ongoing nuclear crisis, the Red Cross is helping to rebuild communities torn apart by the triple disaster.

Students in the classroom

British Red Cross puts teachers in soldiers’ shoes at Education Show

12 Mar 2012

You are a soldier hunting down a notorious war criminal; he appears at a public event. You have the chance to eliminate him, but in doing so there is a very real risk of killing innocent civilians. What do you do?

British Red Cross and H&M ask shoppers to donate garments during Climate Week and receive a £5 voucher

12 Mar 2012

British Red Cross and H&M are excited to announce an in-store recycling partnership as part of Climate Week 2012. Climate Week, backed by Sir Paul McCartney and the Prime Minister, launches on Monday and the Red Cross and H&M are calling on shoppers to donate unwanted or unused clothes of any brand in selected stores nationwide throughout the week.

Sahel woman

‘We must grasp this chance to act now’ British Red Cross warns as it launches West Africa Food Crisis appeal

16 Mar 2012

The British Red Cross today launched its West Africa Food Crisis appeal in an attempt to head off a looming disaster in the Sahel region of West Africa.

Man writing on laptop

Everyday First Aid online resource scoops top digital award

27 Mar 2012

An innovative web resource designed to make vital first aid skills accessible to all has picked up a prestigious industry award.

Child having his arm measured

British Red Cross releases funds to support the West Africa Food Crisis appeal

21 Mar 2012

The British Red Cross has released £125,000 from its Disaster Fund in an attempt to head off a looming disaster in the Sahel region of West Africa.

View from a headland overlooking Onagawa seafront - while most rubble has been cleared, reconstruction has not yet begun

Japan one year on, Red Cross switches focus to communities in limbo

09 Mar 2012

One year on from the devastating Japanese earthquake and tsunami which killed around 20,000 people, shattered coastal towns, and triggered the ongoing nuclear crisis, the Red Cross is helping to rebuild communities torn apart by the triple disaster.

Students in the classroom

British Red Cross puts teachers in soldiers’ shoes at Education Show

12 Mar 2012

You are a soldier hunting down a notorious war criminal; he appears at a public event. You have the chance to eliminate him, but in doing so there is a very real risk of killing innocent civilians. What do you do?

British Red Cross and H&M ask shoppers to donate garments during Climate Week and receive a £5 voucher

12 Mar 2012

British Red Cross and H&M are excited to announce an in-store recycling partnership as part of Climate Week 2012. Climate Week, backed by Sir Paul McCartney and the Prime Minister, launches on Monday and the Red Cross and H&M are calling on shoppers to donate unwanted or unused clothes of any brand in selected stores nationwide throughout the week.

Sahel woman

‘We must grasp this chance to act now’ British Red Cross warns as it launches West Africa Food Crisis appeal

16 Mar 2012

The British Red Cross today launched its West Africa Food Crisis appeal in an attempt to head off a looming disaster in the Sahel region of West Africa.

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