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Mailing preference

To stop receiving fundraising communications from the British Red Cross, please enter your details below, exactly as they appear on the appeal letter you received, as this will help us carry out your request. Please ensure you click the submit button once you have completed the form, or we might not receive this request.

If you have more than one person that you would like to remove, please submit each name separately.

Your details

* Mandatory

Address details

* Mandatory

Look up your address


Your full address


You can enter your postcode in the field above and our system will fill in your address below. If your address doesn't look correct, you can change it in the fields below.

You can also type your full address into the fields below, without using the address lookup.

Reference details

* Mandatory

Your reference number is printed under your address on your letter. Providing this reference will help us find your details on our database.

For example: C0123456/123456 or 90/00001234/123456

Phone details

It is not mandatory to leave a phone number, although it would be useful to have this information, in case we need to contact you regarding this request. We will not use this information for any other purpose.

Email

We understand that you would rather not receive letters of appeal from the British Red Cross, but if you are happy for us to update you on our work via email, please enter your email address below.

You can stop receiving these e-mails at any time by clicking the 'un-subscribe' option at the bottom of the e-mail you receive. We will never share your e-mail address with any other organisations.

British Red Cross Direct Mail

Sending letters of appeal is one of the most effective fundraising methods the British Red Cross uses.  We have found that letters that include gifts, such as cards, address labels and pens increases responses by as much as 26%, than appeals that don't.  This means that though we are spending more, the overall return on investment is greater.  We do understand that not everyone wants to receive these letters but we hope that you understand why this method of fundraising is so important for us. 

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