Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 25
Buying or selling a home may seem like a trial sometimes, but really, it's trivial compared to the daily challenges faced by many people around the world. In 2005 we witnessed some of the worst humanitarian disasters in recent history, making thousands of people homeless and in need of our help.
Home.co.uk invites our website visitors to join us in reaching out and helping our fellow citizens at home and abroad, especially in times of crisis. Don't worry if you feel you can't give much as "a little does go a long way" to ease the plight of those far less fortunate than ourselves.
Please make a donation to the British Red Cross today.
Why Support the British Red Cross?The British Red Cross is a leading member of the largest independent humanitarian organization in the world - the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement - and provides vital relief to people in crisis, both in the UK and overseas.
The British Red Cross responds immediately to conflicts and disasters around the world, providing essentials such as food, clean water, shelter and medicines. A global network of Red Cross and Red Crescent volunteers means that they are often first on the scene.
Across the UK 35,000 British Red Cross volunteers are committed to helping vulnerable people in their own communities. They respond to emergencies such as rail crashes, fires and floods and train over 150,000 first-aiders every year. They also provide short-term care to those affected by a personal crisis.
The Red Cross helps people without discrimination, regardless of their ethnic origin, nationality or religion. They believe in respecting human life and dignity, and responding to suffering with compassion and practical assistance. That's why Home.co.uk has chosen to support the British Red Cross in their vital work for those in need.
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