accessibility & help
When big disasters strike, we need donations from the public to fund our work. Find out how you can help us support survivors.
Nearly one million people have been made homeless by the conflict in South Sudan while 4.9 million are in need of aid. With the rainy season approaching, people desperately need help.
More about the South Sudan appeal
Typhoon Haiyan, also known as Typhoon Yolanda, slammed into the Philippines on 8 November. One of the strongest storms ever to make landfall, it has caused widespread damage and affected millions of people.
More about the appeal
More than 100,000 people have now been killed during the conflict, with many more injured or detained. Two million people have fled Syria to seek refuge in neighbouring countries.
More about the Syria appeal
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
Over a third of people in the UK do not have support networks to turn to in a crisis, the Red Cross has found.
Our volunteers were today (Friday) called in to support those searching for a missing boy in Edinburgh.
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