This is human-kind: connecting communities across the UK during the coronavirus pandemic
From tackling loneliness in lockdown to providing vaccine support, these are a few of the ways our volunteers have been keeping communities connected through the pandemic.Read more
Celebrities amplify refugee VOICES through social media
By The British Red Cross
Celebrities, including EUROS 2020 presenter Gary Lineker and actor Rebecca Front, rally support for our new 'We are VOICES' podcast on social media and encourage the public to pledge their support for refugees online.
What is happening to the UK's asylum system?
By British Red Cross
The Nationality and Borders Bill is due to go through parliament this year. This is what that could mean for the UK's asylum system
As world leaders meet for the G7 summit, Zoe Abrams, executive director of Communications and Engagement, believes Britain can be a leading force for good.
The community keeping our resource centre in Hackney running through the pandemic
People are forced to leave their countries for different reasons. For Funke, leaving Nigeria was the only way she could help her disabled son. So she left all she knew and started from scratch as a single mum in Hull.
More than 200,000 people have now died from Covid in India and the situation is worsening. Find out what's happening.
South Asia is now at the epicentre of the Covid-19 pandemic. This is how you can help
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.
Faridun's family's search for safety kept them apart for four years
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
Your kindness is powerful
Even if you can't be there right now, you have the power to help someone in need.Donate now