Choose how your donation to Tiffany Circle is used
The causes that the Tiffany Circle supports.
Since 2012, the UK Tiffany Circle has raised over £2.75 million for the British Red Cross.
All our members have a say in how donations are used. We come together to decide which projects to fund.
We support the most vulnerable people in the most vulnerable places.
Women and girls
The Tiffany Circle supports women and girls in the UK and abroad.
We want to improve the lives of those who are most vulnerable. We also empower women to have a positive impact on their communities.
People living in countries at risk of natural disaster or conflict
Simple measures save lives.
We support the British Red Cross to work with vulnerable communities to help them prepare for emergencies. We make sure they’re ready to respond when disaster strikes.
Refugees and victims of trafficking in the UK
The British Red Cross supports refugees and victims of modern slavery in the UK.
We help those affected to rebuild their lives with dignity. We ensure their voices are heard.
Projects funded by the Tiffany Circle
Giving help to trafficked people: UK
Modern slavery is a growing problem in the UK.
According to official government figures, the number of people being trafficked into Britain has increased by 245 per cent since 2011.
Over half of these victims are women and girls.
The Tiffany Circle funds an initiative called Your Space. This project identifies potential victims of trafficking. It also provides psychosocial and practical support to help victims of trafficking rebuild their lives.
Find out more by downloading our report on trafficked people (PDF).
Empowering women to build disaster-resilient communities in Bangladesh
With annual natural disasters forcing more and more people from their rural communities to rapidly growing cities, thousands now live in Bangladesh’s urban slums. As in many vulnerable communities, women in Bangladesh’s slums find themselves most in need of support, experiencing higher levels of isolation and lacking the independent resources to provide for themselves when a disaster strikes.
Thanks to the Tiffany Circle, the British Red Cross has successfully worked in one of Bangladesh’s fastest growing cities, Barisal, to build the resilience of slum communities to disasters.
Tackling sexual and gender based violence in disasters in Southeast Asia
Southeast Asia is one of the most disaster affected regions in the world and many disadvantaged communities face the repeated assault of disasters from which they often struggle to recover. Disasters wreak havoc on everyone in their path but women, already the most vulnerable in their communities, are often worst affected.
The Tiffany Circle funds a programme that pro-actively addresses the root causes of sexual and gender based violence and transform the lives of women in the Philippines and Indonesia.