Our thoughts are with our colleagues at Nepal Red Cross Society, following the recent earthquakes which took thousands of lives and caused widespread destruction.
Remembering Gallipoli, celebrating our volunteers and giving Australian schools access to life-saving defibrillators.
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Denise survived years of domestic violence, alcoholism, depression and self harm, which saw her hospitalised several times. But with the support of Red Cross, this Western Australian mother of seven is triumphantly regaining her health.
We recently shared our responses to frequently asked questions about asylum seekers and refugees, which we encourage our supporters to read and share. Learn some of the facts about seeking asylum.
Genie Fiebig feels she’s been fortunate in her life, but in her 85 years she’s seen her fair share of challenges. From her childhood in war-torn Poland to her life in Australia today, read how Red Cross has been there through the twists and turns.
Tahleha was only 17 years old when she and her newborn baby were kicked out of home on New Year’s Eve.
Australians watched the Ebola outbreak unfold in West Africa on their television screens, many with a sense of relief that it was taking place far from home. Not Judi Handby.
Early warning systems and simple acts of preparation saved Fabrina and her children when Cyclone Pam hit their village in March.