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Ettie was told by doctors she would never walk again after contracting spinal tuberculosis, but with Red Cross help, she has managed to regain her strength.
See the kinds of international projects that are open to volunteers aged between 18 and 30 who live in the UK.
Ibrahim Shukhais was inspired to learn first aid when his own grandmother needed help. Years later, he is using those skills to help people caught up in the country’s conflict.
We work with young asylum seekers and refugees, aged 15 up to 25 years. We believe that everyone should have someone to support them as they move into adulthood.
If families get separated after conflict, disaster or migration, we trace missing relatives and put them back in touch – wherever they are.
From driving motorised ambulances to tracing missing and wounded soldiers, this photo gallery shows some of the ways our volunteers helped in the First World War.
Find out who some of our existing corporate partners are. See how their support has helped our work and how we've helped them in return.
04 Apr 2014
A British Red Cross health worker has flown to Liberia to support Ebola virus prevention.
06 Jun 2014
Following an outbreak of Ebola in Sierra Leone, the British Red Cross has deployed a health worker to the region to help the response.
24 Jul 2014
The British Red Cross has launched an emergency appeal to help people affected by the conflict in Gaza and Israel.
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