We are tremendously excited to release our new five-year strategy.
After more than a decade, our CEO Robert Tickner recently moved on from Red Cross.
Preparing for emergencies, awarding the contribution of our aid workers, and introducing two new Red Cross Ambassadors.
Australia is a nation prone to cruel natural disasters – in any one emergency season we may face bushfires, floods, cyclones and more. It’s important for children to be prepared for emergencies, but this doesn’t have to be a scary task.
Along with much of the world, we have been gripped by images of refugees seeking safety from war, violence and persecution. Read this update on how we are helping here at home, in the Middle East and in Europe.
Roy is on a winning streak. As the friendly banter between him and chess partner Brett intensifies, he considers his next move.
A time capsule from a soldier long gone.
In 2015, the Australian Red Cross International Tracing Service celebrates 100 years of reconnecting family members and clarifying the fate of those separated by war, conflict, disaster or migration.
When James turned 40 his doctor told him his health was in a bad way and his future didn’t look good. Today, James has turned it all around – not only is he healthy and strong, he’s become an inspiration to all who meet him.