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Humanitarian Citizen Awards

Celebrating the extraordinary things ordinary young people do

You might not be able to actually see their gold stars, but every day young people are making a huge difference to other people's lives across the UK.

They are giving first aid, befriending vulnerable people, and fundraising and campaigning for good causes.

The British Red Cross Humanitarian Citizen Awards celebrate community heroes aged 25 and under, both individuals and groups of young people.
The awards are kindly sponsored by Canon.

 

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It was a case of out with the old and in with the young as Red Cross volunteers had the chance to take charge for Takeover Day 2013.

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More than 100 MPs, and thousands more people across the UK, are backing a British Red Cross campaign to put first aid and humanitarian education on England’s new national curriculum.

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Meet one of our previous winners

HCA winner 2012 Erin McNeill

Erin McNeill won our overall award for educating people about fire safety after she herself was caught in a horrific house fire.

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