This is a sponsored post. This quick article features the excellent new ad for the British Red Cross entitled ‘I am a Crisis’: “A crisis can happen anywhere, and to anyone. As well as helping people abroad, the British Red Cross helps more than a million people in the UK every year. Providing practical help in emergencies, short-term care in the home, and teaching life-saving first aid skills.” Check out the short video shown below…
I am a Crisis, British Red Cross
This is quite a good concept for a charity video, and you can tell that much thought has been given to get the valuable message across. That message is a rather stark, yet simple one: a crisis can hit anyone. It doesn’t matter who you are or what your social status is. It doesn’t matter if you’re rich or poor─or the country you live. A crisis can reach anyone on the planet, and this advert for the British Red Cross addresses this issue.
Did you know? British Red Cross is a volunteer-led humanitarian organisation that helps people in crisis, no matter who or where they are, enabling vulnerable people at home and overseas to prepare and respond to emergencies in their own communities.
The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement started in 1963, after Swiss businessman Henry Dunant proposed the creation of national relief societies consisting of volunteers to provide help to those suffering in times of war. Read more over on the the British Red Cross site.
For more information on the British Red Cross and how to apply for a job or volunteer, have a look at their official website. Also, please Like the British Red Cross on Facebook and Follow them on Twitter.