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When Germany occupied the Channel Islands during the Second World War, islanders relied on the Red Cross for food and communciations with the UK.
For over a century, the British Red Cross has been helping protect and support people who have been forced to leave their country fearing persecution.
Fleeing your home and arriving in a new country can be traumatic. We offer support for vulnerable refugees and asylum seekers in the UK.
Get the truth about refugees and asylum seekers - an issue that is often misreported - with our asylum facts and figures.
We work with young asylum seekers and refugees aged 15 up to 25 years to support them as they move into adulthood.
Do you have missing loved ones? We are part of a global network that traces missing family and reconnects them.
Do you have missing loved ones? We are part of a global network that traces missing family and reconnects them in times of need.
Do you have missing family or friends? We are part of a global network that traces missing people and puts them back in touch with their loved ones.
After fleeing Kenya, Amuun Mohamoud lost contact with her mother and thought she’d died – until we put them back in touch.
There are several organisations that can help you find someone in the UK or overseas.
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British Red Cross, UK Office, 44 Moorfields, London EC2Y 9AL Phone: 0344 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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