Share your kindness with the South West and the Channel Islands
Places are full of communities and causes that are both close to our homes and to our hearts. If the South West and the Channel Islands is that place for you, why not send a gift of kindness to support our services there.
Why this gift is so important: Meet Andy from Bristol. He was diagnosed with bowel cancer, but for him, loneliness posed the biggest threat to his daily life. Feeling isolated after coming home from hospital, he met one of our volunteers, Ian.
“Ian’s interaction started filling up all those empty spaces with basic human kindness,” Andy said. “The NHS saved my physical life. The Red Cross and Ian saved my soul, and my heart, and the parts of me that make me who I am.”
Gifts of kindness that you’ve bought are changing lives across the UK, all thanks to you.Where your money could go:
£24 could buy a child a dry set of clothes after they’ve lost everything in a flood in Somerset
£45 could provide three people with wheelchairs for a week in Exeter, giving them back their independence