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Emergency information

For people affected by the September 2019 bushfires in NSW. Register to let family and friends know you're OK. Find family and friends who have registered.

Faces of climate change

Support through disasters

Wherever there’s disaster, an emergency, conflict or crisis, Red Cross is there.

Bake the world a better place this October

Host a Big Cake Bake with friends, family and colleagues to help raise funds for Red Cross.

Introducing My Team

A free mental wellbeing app from Red Cross. Choose your team. Get support, anywhere.

Bringing family together after the horrors of war

Hayfa is on a search to find her husband. She last saw him when they were separated by fighters in their Yazidi village, in northern Iraq.

First Aid for migrants and refugees

To mark World First Aid Day on 14 September Red Cross is offering free introductory lessons in basic first aid to newly arrived migrants and refugees all around the country.

The Geneva Conventions, Lego and Road Runner turn 70

In 1949, Australia’s population had just hit 8 million, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was brand new, Joan Sutherland was starting out, and it was the heyday of Betty Grable and Bing Crosby.

Acknowledgement graphic

Red Cross pays our respects to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Custodians across this country, and to Elders, past, present and emerging.

Learn about our Reconciliation Action Plan and how we can all make reconciliation real.

This website may contain the names and/or images of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals now deceased.