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When emergencies occur, the Red Cross supports the police, ambulance and fire services, local and health authorities and utility companies.
We support the police, ambulance and fire and rescue services, local authorities and health authorities to help those most affected by UK crises.
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Last year, the Red Cross and our partners the Syrian Arab Red Crescent gave essential psychological and emotional support to over 9,300 people of all ages.
Fighting in the Ukraine crisis has become more violent. The Red Cross is helping thousands of families with cash grants to buy food and vouchers for other essential supplies.
After fighting broke out in South Sudan’s capital Juba over the weekend, Red Cross staff are beginning to assess the situation there.
Armed confrontations have escalated in Juba from Thursday 7 July.
Today the British Red Cross, along with partner organisations, is hosting a parliamentary event focussing on how changes to those rules can help alleviate suffering.
Family reunification: making it work for the most vulnerable will be hosted by Conservative MP David Burrowes.
The event is calling for the Government to do more to reunite families safely and legally.
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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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