Newsletter for Members and Volunteers

In focus – from the President and CEO

This issue we’re proud to be sharing some stories of Red Cross people with disability.

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Your vote counts

Members should expect a ballot paper to arrive in the mail soon. We encourage you to have your say in our future.

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Winter woollies warm the heart

Call into your local Red Cross op shop or office to donate clothing and enjoy that fuzzy, warm feeling.

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New membership for families

Want to get your kids involved with Red Cross and ensure they grow up with strong humanitarian values?

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News from the kitchen

This year's Big Cake Bake will be held throughout October, with the official event taking place on Friday 28 October.

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Protect our emblems

In times of war, a red cross on a white background means ‘don’t shoot’. Now you can use your smart phone to help us protect this life-saving symbol.

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Ready and able to save lives

Jay has cerebral palsy and is a strong advocate for people with disability in his community. He's also a Red Cross volunteer who could help save his neighbours' lives in the event of an emergency.

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What a deadly NAIDOC Week

Watch our video to learn something new about how Indigenous Australians have made our society great - then take the quiz!

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Disability is a spectrum and everyone’s on it

Meet Isabel, a Red Cross staff member and one of our new disability inclusion champions.

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For a fairer justice system

Tegan was only 12 years old when she first got into trouble with the police.

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Celebrating our people

We recently celebrated both World Red Cross Day and National Volunteer Week, two great opportunities to recognise and thank our volunteers and members.

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Support to start a new chapter

Refugees and people seeking asylum often need a hand starting their new lives in Australia, and that’s where Red Cross steps in.

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Friendship after years of silence

When 80-year-old Bay’s husband died six years ago she became severely isolated and had no one to talk to. That all changed when Red Cross volunteer Kathy came into her life.

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A survivor’s story

Keith Campbell is humble and softly spoken, but chat with him a while and you’ll hear some remarkable stories.

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Community fundraising champions

More than 300 members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association raised money for this year’s Red Cross Calling campaign.

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First aid really does save lives

John Moore from Adelaide completed Red Cross first aid training in February this year, and just two weeks later witnessed a car accident.

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