Pensioner Mary Jenkins was facing a tough time alone at home – until our volunteer called round to help.
After a stroke landed him in hospital for ten months, Randolph wasn’t ready to face the world again – until we lent a hand.
When disabled pensioner Maureen Gallagher needed extra support at home, the Red Cross stepped in to help.
After her leg was amputated, Lorna Williams was desperate to return home – but didn’t realise how difficult it would be coping alone.
Our volunteers are always willing to go the extra mile to help people – even if that means belting out a song or two.
Living with Parkinson’s disease can be difficult for Renate – so she was grateful when our volunteer called round to help.
Joan Plevin struggled so much at home that she moved 200 miles to be near her daughter – and found she had to rebuild her social life.
Almost 50 years ago, Dorothy Jennings witnessed our volunteers helping at the Aberfan disaster in Wales – and now we’re supporting her.
When Eve O’Malley fractured her ankle, it looked like she’d be stuck at home – until we provided a wheelchair.