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Red Cross is providing emergency grants of $10,000 to people whose homes have been destroyed in a bushfire since July 2019.
24 January update: What Red Cross is doing to support communities affected by this summer's bushfires and how your donations are helping.
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Wednesday 22 January 2020
Almost half of all millennials think it’s more likely than not there will be a third world war in their lifetime, a new Red Cross survey finds.
The whole range of human emotion is on show, right now, sometimes all at once. The very nature of emergency or disaster both takes away some of the boundaries, and sharpens the focus.
Technical issues involving online donations on New Year’s Eve. Learn more »
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