Junior REDxYouth (under 18)

We know that young people today will shape our world tomorrow.

Red Cross has developed teaching resources, programs and initiatives to educate young people about our humanitarian work to care for vulnerable people and prepare communities facing a major disaster or personal crisis, both in Australia and internationally.

Students resources

App: First Aid
Download the free Red Cross First Aid app - a comprehensive pocket guide, giving you access to the most up to date First Aid information anytime, anywhere.

App: Danger Days
Get ready for high pressure situations, to overcome the odds, help your friends, and most of all, stay safe. Danger Days is a free, fast-paced app designed for teens and pre-teens to get ready for emergencies.

School project ideas

About Red Cross

Australian Red Cross is part of the world's largest voluntary humanitarian organisation. Red Cross Red Crescent National Societies operate in 190 countries. Our Movement has two international governing bodies - the International Federation of Red Cross Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and the International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC).

In everything we do, our volunteers, members and staff are guided by seven Fundamental Principles - Humanity, Impartiality, Neutrality, Independence, Voluntary Service, Unity and Universality.

Ways for students and young people to get involved

There are many ways young people can get involved with Red Cross.

Take a look at some of our community fundraising activities which are fun and educational, and give young people the chance to interact with their local community and gain social awareness about issues facing vulnerable Australians.

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