Even if you can't be there, you have the power to help
Your kindness has helped our volunteers to be there for people when they need them the most – whether it’s with a food or medicine delivery to someone who is isolating, or in the aftermath of an emergencyRead more
From delivering food and medicine to comforting someone in a crisis
Helping in some of the world's biggest emergencies
Amid the biggest humanitarian crisis in the world, the people of Yemen now face the threat of coronavirus
Our volunteers and staff are supporting the most vulnerable people in the UK and abroad
Help if you're feeling lonely
Loren, our young volunteer, answers other young people's questions about loneliness.
Part two of Loren's answers to young people's questions around loneliness.
Voices from Beirut
British Red Cross volunteer Tala, who is from Lebanon, talks about the moment she learned of the explosion in Beirut
Red Cross staff member Siel on how the city has responded
Coronavirus: everything we're doing to support our NHS
By British Red Cross
We have been supporting NHS healthcare workers wherever possible, while adapting many of our services. We're helping people in over 100 hospitals be discharged safely, and over 70,000 people have shared their kindness to become community reserve volunteers
Our 150-year legacy
Her influence is still felt more than a century after her death
A doctor who overcame prejudice to help others during the First World War finally won recognition a hundred years later.
Your kindness is powerful
Even if you can't be there right now, you have the power to help someone in need.Donate now