Caribbean Red Cross

The ideals of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement are represented all over the world, not just through the visible impact of our work in countless towns, villages and neighbourhoods, but also by influencing hearts and minds. 

We are widely perceived as a “public good” – available to everyone, everywhere, to prevent and reduce human suffering. All that we do and say is inspired by the fundamental principles of Humanity, Impartiality, Neutrality, Independence, Voluntary service, Unity and Universality.

These principles are underpinned by shared values – relating to people, integrity, partnership, diversity, leadership and innovation – that guide how we work. The red cross, red crescent and red crystal emblems are universally recognized, trusted and legally protected symbols of our presence. Our work is carried out by a respected network of tens of millions of volunteers and members. They are organized through their National Red Cross or Red Crescent Societies that have special status by national laws to function as auxiliary partners enjoying a specific and distinctive partnership in the humanitarian service of their own public authorities.


About Volunteering

National Red Cross societies recruit volunteers to carry out tasks that directly or indirectly help vulnerable people. Volunteering within national Red Cross societies is carried out by people who are committed to the fundamental principles and motivated by their own free will without the expectation of material or financial gain. Our volunteers serve vulnerable people and work work towards a more humane and peaceful world. 

Each National Society has different volunteer programmes, and requires different skills to make these programmes effective. Volunteers therefore have the opportunity to contribute their time and skills regularly or occasionally in the delivery of services, in resource mobilisation, administrative, governance or advisory functions.

To become a volunteer with the Red Cross/Red Crescent, you can contact the nearest branch of the Red Cross society in your country for details of the programmes that they run and their current needs for volunteers.

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