25 Feb 2009
With knife crime such a prominent issue, the British Red Cross is supporting a charity that provides first aid training so people can help friends involved in a shooting or stabbing.
Lilian Nelson was so inspired by the volunteers who helped after her home was flooded that she decided to sign up herself.
19 Feb 2009
As the hungry season in Darfur approaches, the British Red Cross is appealing for funds to treat malnourished children.
02 Feb 2009
Following heavy snow storms across the UK, Red Cross volunteers are supporting ambulance services across England.
03 Feb 2009
A new report by the British Red Cross and Refugee Survival Trust has asked for changes to the asylum process to reduce destitution in Scotland.
17 Feb 2009
As the death toll reaches 200, the British Red Cross is helping people trace relatives, and Her Majesty The Queen has contributed to the appeal.
10 Feb 2009
As bushfires rage across large parts of Victoria, Australia, the British Red Cross has launched an appeal to help thousands of people left homeless.
26 Feb 2009
Our chief executive, Sir Nicholas Young, is in Gaza visiting the families affected by conflict and the volunteers who have been helping them since the conflict began.
05 Feb 2009
New research has shown that a quarter of all UK secondary schools still don’t provide any first aid education, despite overwhelming support among teachers.
14 Feb 2009
British Red Cross volunteers and staff were on hand to offer first aid and comfort after a British Airways jet crash-landed at London City Airport.
26 Feb 2009
Women in Newport celebrated diversity and the impact women have on their communities at an International Women's Day event.
09 Feb 2009
The British Red Cross and Winchester Young Carers Project have teamed up to equip young carers from the Winchester area with the skills to save a life.
20 Feb 2009
Students at one school in the UK must feel they’re sitting in the safest classrooms in the country – because every student is on the way to learning first aid.
13 Feb 2009
As Zimbabwe passes a grim cholera milestone, chief executive Sir Nicholas Young makes an urgent personal plea for funds.