S: Red Cross
BC: By Kate Alderman
FC: Red Cross
1: Red Cross helps almost every country | Facts | Red Cross is the largest caring network in the world. There are almost 200 million members and volunteers working worldwide for Red Cross.
2: Red Cross helps countries in the event of tsunamis, fires, floods and other natural disasters. | Roles | Red Cross educate communities to teach, read, write, and other things like that.
3: Red cross protects people from war. | In your local community, you may have a Red Cross op shop. The clothes that they sell are cheap, and the people who work there do not get payed. It is all voluntary work.
4: Another country to help | East Africa Drought Appeal 2011 Red Cross is helping bring water to East Africa to help grow crops for food and survival. | Current Projects | The benefits of the Queensland flood project People are educated on how to prepare properly in case of another flood.
5: The benefits of the Queensland flood project People are educated on how to prepare properly in case of another flood. | Queensland disaster relief and recovery project Red Cross is helping the people who were affected by the Queensland disasters. They are doing this by helping them find emergency accommodation and donating clothes and money.
6: Benefits of Red Cross' work | More homes are made for the homeless. | East Africans have more food and water which increases the survival. | People are educated on how to prepare properly in case of another flood.
7: Less people will die from hunger, sickness, war and injuries. | Poor people get money. | Puts a | on faces! | Helps bring peace to the world. | The flood affected people are comforted and are helped get over the shock and loss in the floods.
8: How do Australians Help Red Cross? | Australians donate blood. | You can donate money, food, blood and of course, time. | You can even donate online!
9: You can become a volunteer. | Buying products from Red Cross op shops also help the Red Cross Foundation