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When big disasters strike, we need donations from the public to fund our work. Find out how you can help us support survivors.
Following a surge of violence in Myanmar, over 607,000 people have fled to Bangladesh in just two months. The Red Cross is providing food, clean water, shelter and medical care.
Find out how we're helping people who fled for their lives >
The Caribbean has been hit by a series of hurricanes, leaving behind a trail of devastation.
Find out more about hurricane season >
The devastating Grenfell Tower fire in London left people bereaved, injured and homeless. The London Fire Relief Fund will help people affected by this tragedy.
Find out more about the fund >
The UK Solidarity Fund has been set up by the British Red Cross to help people affected by terror attacks in the UK.
Find out more >
The We Love Manchester Emergency Fund will support people who have been injured or bereaved as a result of the recent Manchester attack.
Parents are watching their children go hungry across Somalia, Ethiopia, Kenya and South Sudan. They need our help and they need it now.
climate and conflict are causing widespread hunger >
The refugee crisis in Europe continues to escalate. Hundreds of thousands of people are in desperate need of help.
How we're helping across the continent >
The Lake Chad crisis may not be making headlines, but millions of people are in need of help across Nigeria, Niger, Cameroon and Chad.
Find out more about the crisis and our appeal >
More than 13 million people are in need of help as the Syria conflict enters its seventh year. Around 6.3 million people have been forced from their homes.
More about the Syria appeal >
So many people have cholera in Yemen that patients have to share hospital beds. Find out how we're helping.
Watch our Yemen cholera video >
More than two million people have had to flee their homes due to conflict in South Sudan. Many more are in urgent need of humanitarian help.
More about the South Sudan appeal >
In Iraq, the battles may be out of the news but unexploded bombs are still injuring children. Red Cross medical teams are there to help.
Watch our teams in action >
We are working in several countries to help communities recover from devastating disasters.
More on our recovery work >
Find out how we've made a difference to millions of people, thanks to the public's support.
More on our past appeals >
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