Australian Red Cross is providing urgent humanitarian support to the communities affected by the floods.
What type of international support does the Red Cross movement provide?

From flooding to war zones, your participation can help Red Cross teams to provide humanitarian support.

Every day Red Cross supports people affected by disasters. In the past 12 months, we have helped 151,510 people across 43 disasters and emergencies, deploying 2,538 staff and volunteers in Australia and across the Asia-Pacific.

We’re ensuring no one has to face disasters alone, and right now, we are training and equipping our emergency services teams so they are ready to respond to any disaster at a moment’s notice. But we can’t do this alone. There are many ways you can help mobilise and act for humanity.

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Australian Red Cross

Australian Red Cross has stood with humankind in hardship, crisis and disaster for more than 100 years. With the support of tens of thousands of volunteers, members and staff, and many generous donors, we provide comfort, care and connection to people in Australia and across the Asia-Pacific. We provide relief in times of crisis and care when it's needed most, and demand means our critical services are needed more than ever.

Thanks to our supporters, Red Cross teams can help older, isolated people to live independently in their own homes, they can be there with communities as they pick up the pieces after a disaster, they can help families separated by war to reconnect after years of separation, and so much more.