The British Red Cross is reaching out to adults of all ages in Plymouth who feel lonely this Christmas.
After finding that more than 9 million people across the UK are always or often lonely the charity is showing those affected they are not alone in feeling alone and encouraging them to get in touch with its new local service for support.
The British Red Cross has launched an emergency appeal as the refugee crisis in Europe continues to escalate, with hundreds of thousands of people in desperate need of emergency relief.
The number of people forced to flee violence and conflict today is the highest since World War II. Many people are dying on these dangerous journeys to safety in Europe and those that do make it are...
Nominations for this year’s Red Cross Humanitarian Citizen Awards are open, giving everyone the chance to celebrate the UK’s unsung young heroes.
Now in its eleventh year, this annual event – sponsored by Canon - rewards selfless acts by young people, and groups, aged 25 or under, with awards in four categories: community action, first aid, fundraising and volunteering.
A senior officer from Devon and Cornwall Police will land herself in 'jail' in Exeter tomorrow – all in the name of charity.
Superintendent Sarah Sharpe is taking part in The British Red Cross’ first ever Devon Jail and Bail event where high profile ‘felons’ will be locked up for the day to help raise at least £4,000 for the charity’s work in the UK and overseas.