Kate's first deployment as a Psychosocial Support volunteer was a baptism of fire. She was part of the team who helped British nationals evacuating Sudan.
Mohammed came to the UK as a refugee and now helps people in crisis as an Emergency Response volunteer. He draws on his lived experience to empathise with those he helps.
Some of the amazing things our inspiring supporters helped us do in another unpredictable year
Matt’s journey as a British Red Cross volunteer has been transformative, bringing structure, community, and time to focus on recovery after life took a surprising turn in 2022.
Alex was one of the British Red Cross volunteers who supported people arriving from Sudan to UK airports earlier this year. Here, she describes two encounters she'll never forget.
Wondering what you can do for charity this Christmas? We’ve got 9 rewarding ways you can make a difference with a Christmas charity donation this festive season.
There’s no doubt about it: the Covid-19 pandemic has made us a whole lot more community-minded. So if you’re thinking about getting involved, why not become a wheelchair volunteer?
Support your community, learn new skills and make a real difference to someone’s life – including your own.
Beat the New Year blues by getting involved with the British Red Cross
Mellissa Oliver and other volunteers share their experiences of volunteering in a British Red Cross shop.
Mike Adamson is awarded a CBE, with two more Red Cross representatives given BEMs.
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