Anton was facing the real possibility of prison time. But his determination – and the Red Cross Fundamental Principles – helped him turn things round, and inspired him to give back.
Welcome to the Brisbane Night Café, where Bob and his team offer a place for young people to get back on their feet.
Angus and Gabrielle suffer a rare blood disorder, but these young superheroes are determined to keep on battling.
Amber experienced some tough times as a young mum, but her determination to help others is unwavering.
Around Tasmania A message from the Chair and Executive Director The Governor of Tasmania, Her Excellency Professor Kate Warner launched the second Red Cross Vulnerability Report at Government House in early May. Titled Rethinking Justice, the report highlights the enormous cost to our communities of sending people to prison for low-level offences. The report is […]
Around Victoria A message from the Chair and Executive Director It’s been a busy first half of the year and we have lots of news to share with you. On 31 March, the Victorian office was privileged to host the launch of Red Cross’ 2016 Vulnerability Report, Rethinking Justice. The report builds on the work […]
Tegan was only 12 years old when she first got into trouble with the police.
Red Cross supporter Nick Inge joined staff, aid workers and other supporters on a trip to Timor-Leste in November 2015. He shares what it was like to see the impact of his support first-hand.