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July

A man is loaded into an ambulance

Aid work goes on despite volunteer deaths

22 Jul 2014

The Red Cross continues to help civilians living through the conflict in Gaza and Israel, days after two volunteers were killed carrying out their duties.

A man and three children sat on the floor

Red Cross supporters help people affected by Iraq violence

25 Jul 2014

The British Red Cross has pledged more than £65,000 to help people affected by violence in Iraq.

Asylum seeker on the Azure payment card

New report reveals stigma and hunger for asylum seekers who have to live without cash

25 Jul 2014

A report by the British Red Cross exposes the failings of the Azure payment card – and calls for asylum seekers to receive this support in cash.

Men and women run holding a stretcher

Red Cross brings water and health care as Gaza conflict continues

22 Jul 2014

For more than two weeks, staff and volunteers have been working relentlessly to help people caught up in the fighting in Gaza.

A man in a medical uniform and another man support an old woman

Red Cross launches Gaza and Israel Appeal

24 Jul 2014

As fighting in Gaza and Israel continues, the British Red Cross has launched an appeal to fund vital help for people affected.

Guinea Red Cross volunteers disinfect a hospital in Tahouay, suburb of Conakry, in Guinea

Red Cross sends specialists to fight West Africa Ebola outbreak

31 Jul 2014

The British Red Cross is deploying two more workers to West Africa as governments and aid agencies scale up efforts to curb the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.

Michael Moon makes a food donation in Tesco

Huge food collection results in millions of meals

18 Jul 2014

Our volunteers have been helping with a nationwide food collection, which so far this year has brought in enough grub for 5.1 million meals.

Dr John Alcindor blue plaque

Recognition at last for the ‘black doctor of Paddington’

16 Jul 2014

A determined doctor who overcame bigotry and prejudice to help others during the First World War has been honoured with a heritage blue plaque.

Men and children stand in a line outside

Medicines reach hospitals on front line of Iraq violence

03 Jul 2014

The Red Cross has delivered crucial medical supplies to hospitals treating people affected by violence in Iraq.

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