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In 2017, the British Red Cross responded to emergencies across the UK and we have shared what we learned from this in a new report.
23 May 2017
British Red Cross volunteers and staff are providing practical and emotional support to people affected by last night’s attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester.
17 Jan 2017
After two main water supply lines were cut, millions of people in Damascus, Syria are facing acute water shortages. The Red Cross and Red Crescent are providing water across the city.
New landmines are being laid in Iraq putting people at risk when they are forced to flee their homes because of fighting.
22 Sep 2017
A further £5.5 million of funds raised from public donations are to be distributed to survivors of the Grenfell Tower Disaster.
The British Red Cross has been helping people affected by the Grenfell Tower fire since the early hours on the day it started. This includes practical and emotional support, and raising money to support the Grenfell Tower residents and their neighbours.
The British Red Cross UK Solidarity Fund committee makes sure we make effective use of donations to the UK Solidarity Fund for people affected by terror attacks anywhere in the UK.
The British Red Cross has worked in partnership with the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society for over a decade. Projects reach around 250,000 people living across the country in coastal, rural and urban areas.
15 Sep 2017
The British Red Cross has launched an urgent appeal to help people affected by violence in Myanmar.
Be prepared to help babies and children with the free Red Cross first aid app for Apple and Android.
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The British Red Cross Society, incorporated by Royal Charter 1908, is a charity registered in England and Wales (220949), Scotland (SC037738) and Isle of Man (0752).
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