British Red Cross

The British Red Cross is the official body in the United Kingdom which carries out impartial humanitarian actions in the UK and worldwide. 

Today, the Society,  which was founded in 1870, has more than 32,000 volunteers and 3,500 staff members. 

Among the different projects and actions that the charity undertakes to bring humanitarian support to the UK and the most disadvantaged areas of the world, the main service that the charity provides is the Emergency Response service which supports governments and authorities in moments of crisis by providing first aid services and distributions and providing telephone support lines. 

Esharelife is in contact with the British Red Cross and has been fundraising in the support of the charity. 

The last initiative that Esharelife has supported in favour of the British Red Cross is the Esharelife Summer Concert aimed at collecting funds for Lebanon, deeply affected by the explosion that happened in Beirut on the 4th of August 2020.

The Charity Commission and Fundraising Regulator have urged the public to ‘give safely’ to registered charities helping and supporting those affected by the invasion of Ukraine.

Esharelife Foundation is an official charity recognised by the Charity Commission. We consider it our priority to support our Regulator sharing its concerns and guides to investing the most effective fundraising money for Ukraine. This is why Esharelife has recently made a donation to the British Red Cross to support the country.

Find out more about Esharelife Projects with the British Red Cross here:

£1,000 to the British Red Cross in support of Ukraine

In light of the recent events that have affected Ukraine Esharelife has decided to collaborate with the British Red Cross in order to offer its support to those who need it the most.
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Esharelife supports Lebanon in collaboration with the British Red Cross

£5,000 to the British Red Cross in support of Lebanon

One of the latest Esharelife fundraising projects was created in support of Lebanon which was deeply affected by the explosion that happened in Beirut on the 4th of August 2020.
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