Irish Red Cross
Since the start of the pandemic, Irish Red Cross volunteers have been at the heart of our national effort to combat the COVID-19. 

 

They have been working around the clock, protecting those most at risk, bravely assisting the national emergency services and helping to save lives.

 

And there is so much more to do.


Your gift today will be a lifeline to so many vulnerable people at home and all around the world, in places like Syria, Gaza and Yemen.

 

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Because as well as playing a vital role in our national COVID-19 effort, the Red Cross is also helping to protect innocent and vulnerable people, all across the world, from the terror of disease and conflict.

 

Children like eight-year-old Noa, who sits alone in the dark and waits for the gunfire and the sound of the missiles to end.

 

She waits for her parents to return with water. She waits for her darkness to end. But the power outages in Gaza last up to 20 hours. 

 

Will you make a special gift today to help the Irish Red Cross protect innocent children and their families from the terror of conflict and war?

 

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€25 could help equip Irish Red Cross Ambulances with emergency medical supplies such as respiratory equipment and defibrillators.

 

€50 could help provide essential food to vulnerable families. Irish Red Cross Food Parcels provide families the basic nutrients they need to survive in the harshest climate.

 

€100 could help provide life-saving clean water. The most precious gift of all. Clean water is the basis of all life and is essential to stop the spread of disease and infection

 

€250 could help provide life-saving sanitation kits to five families for a month to stop the spread of deadly diseases. 

 

 

* Donations of €250+ are worth 45% extra to the Irish Red Cross if you pay income tax or capital gains tax – at no extra cost to you. If you do not wish to receive updates in the post from us, please email fundraising@redcross.ie or call Freephone 1800 50 70 70.

 

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