Wearing red for RedR
International charity RedR trains and supports aid workers for relief programmes all over the world. On 18 February, we’ll be wearing red for RedR.
Each year millions of people are affected by natural disaster and conflict. To help them rebuild their lives, international charity RedR trains and supports aid workersfor relief programmes around the world.
With expertise in everything from emergency shelter to sanitation and hygiene, RedR provides vital emergency response, supporting aid agencies after large-scale disasters such as the Haiti earthquake.
As well as having links with skilled professionals in organisations such as Arup, the charity trains local workers, so communities are prepared for future disasters.
On 18 February we’ll be showing our support for RedR by joining in their Wear Red for RedR campaign. Run every year, the event raises money and awareness for the charity.
Taking part couldn’t be easier – just wear red and donate some money.
On Friday, we raised £100 for RedR by wearing red and writing a few haikus. Even our office dog, Wispa, sported a bright red collar for the day.
So naturally, this was our favourite poem.
Raise lots of money
Even your dog could wear red
Donate to RedR