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Bertsetseg Altangerel and her two young children used to move from house to house, but thanks to the Red Cross the family now has a home of their own.
One of the perks of being an event first aid volunteer is going to your favourite events – just ask horse-mad Kay Clow, who attends Burghley Horse Trials each year.
First aider Amy Winton has always wanted to help people since she was ‘really little’ – and now she’s putting her childhood ambition into practice with the Red Cross.
When a man suddenly collapsed at a bus stop, he was lucky that young first aider Hannah Niesser was standing next to him.
Margaret Shaw, a Romany Gypsy Traveller, put her first aid training into practice
when a neighbour's baby stopped breathing
Dolgor, 80, has no local family and suffers from acute loneliness, but that changed when a Red Cross volunteer started to visit her.
Jamts is 80 and partially paralysed by strokes. He lives with his daughter and five grandchildren in a tent provided by the Red Cross.
We helped unemployed Mongolian coal miner Myanganbuu, 50, find work so he could afford to keep his two daughters in school.
Mongolian single father Tsagaanbaatar was unemployed and homeless a few years ago. We gave the family a tent and are helping him find work.
When Marlene Burrows came out of hospital, she found getting about frustratingly difficult. But the Red Cross stepped in to help.
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