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After Michelle fled her burning home with five children, a grandchild and her dogs in tow, she had no idea what to do next – then the British Red Cross turned up.
Across the UK, volunteers and staff promote positive messages about refugees by visiting schools. Find out more.
In some parts of the UK, we hold contracts with local authorities to provide equipment for independent living through medical referral.
Pick up some bargain vintage, retro and designer clothes from our charity shops.
Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding isn’t the first time our first aid volunteers have helped crowds at royal events.
When the Blitz began on 7 September 1940, our volunteers rushed to treat wounded civilians and comfort those who'd lost everything.
Win and her fiancé were looking forward to tying the knot when she broke her ankle – but thanks to us she still made it to her big day.
When Becky Fry’s 93-year-old grandmother started to choke and turn blue, her horrified family were stuck to the spot – but first aider Becky knew exactly what to do.
When a man suddenly collapsed and stopped breathing at a busy airport, Brigitte Bellwood didn’t hesitate to act.
Find out more about how we offer regular support to ambulance services throughout the UK.
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British Red Cross, UK Office, 44 Moorfields, London EC2Y 9AL Phone: 0844 871 11 11. Fax: 020 7562 2000.
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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