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British Red Cross
The movement connecting human kindness with human crisis.
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British Red Cross 14h
Felicia is our . We believe anyone who needs a wheelchair should be able to get one. ♿
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British Red Cross 17h
Would you know what to do if someone was having a seizure? Learn the first aid skills to this :
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British Red Cross 19h
Clothes drawers overflowing? 👗 Shoe rack piled too high? 👞 Drop off a donation at one of our shops and you’ll be doing that could make all the difference.
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British Red Cross 19h
Well done! 👏
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British Red Cross 19h
Amazing!! Thank you all for your support! 👏
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British Red Cross 19h
Thank you! 👏
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British Red Cross 20h
Those are fantastic costumes! 😊
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British Red Cross 20h
Hi Nazia, you can register for the event but it is currently full at the moment. In order to get on the waiting list, please contact the following email: loneliness2019@livegroup.co.uk
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British Red Cross May 19
Well done!! 👏
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British Red Cross May 19
🏃‍♀️Best of luck from the Hackney Centre to everyone running the for . 🏃‍♂️
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British Red Cross May 18
Good luck! 🙌
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British Red Cross May 18
Replying to @KathrynHoyleBRC
Go Team Marple! Well done! 🙌
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British Red Cross May 18
Replying to @BritishRedCross
Want to take a tour of our museum and archives? Find out more and book your tour today:
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British Red Cross May 18
Replying to @BritishRedCross
This drawing shows a young female refugee's experience of crossing the Mediterranean Sea in a small and overcrowded boat. Titled 'Journey by boat', the artwork was displayed in a contemporary exhibition in Southbank Centre in 2016.
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British Red Cross May 18
Replying to @ICRC
Here's a Model Pilatus Plane made from a butter tin provided by the Red Cross. It was made in Ethiopia during the 1980s famine and given as a gift to Clare Bertschinger who was working as an field nurse in.
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British Red Cross May 18
Replying to @BritishRedCross
This Changi quilt was created by a defiant group of women prisoners during the Second World War. Discover the secret messages and hidden meanings:
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British Red Cross May 18
Today is , and we're sharing three highlights from our museum collection...
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British Red Cross May 17
Replying to @PreparedInEssex
Thanks for sharing!
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British Red Cross May 17
Replying to @KathrynHoyleBRC
Amazing!! 🙌
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British Red Cross May 17
Your kindness helps us to be there for families, communities and people who have lost everything in a crisis. could change someone's world.
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