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We provide support at home, transport and mobility aids to help people when they face a crisis in their daily lives.
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We help vulnerable communities tackle health issues like HIV, TB and water and sanitation.
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We support elderly, socially isolated or otherwise vulnerable people around the world.
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After a stroke landed him in hospital for ten months, Randolph wasn’t ready to face the world again – until we lent a hand.
Nobody likes visiting the dentist, but poor Ann’s dental phobia meant she hadn’t had a check-up for 40 years – and she was in painful misery.
Cho Cho Win was helped by a community health worker who sent her to hospital for a check-up during her second pregnancy. The baby was then born in hospital.
Jamts is 80 and partially paralysed by strokes. He lives with his daughter and five grandchildren in a tent provided by the Red Cross.
The Red Cross is concerned for the welfare of thousands of unaccompanied children across Europe following a decision by the UK Government to close a viable route to safety.
Thousands of refugees and asylum seekers are being left destitute in the UK without the support they are entitled to from government.
The British Red Cross is proud to be part of the cross-party Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness being launched today in parliament.
We're calling for more resources and better co-ordination to tackle hospital discharge issues.
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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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