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A donation to the Red Cross is a great way of highlighting your corporate responsibility. You can easily make a donation to your chosen target by using the form at the top of the page or by getting to know other donation alternatives.
Contacts: yritykset(at)redcross.fi or call +358 (0)20 701 2000. Service is available on weekdays 8.30 am–4.00 pm.
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Donations to the Finnish Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund help victims of natural disasters and conflicts around the world and people facing sudden accidents in Finland.
Thanks to donations, aid can be provided quickly and efficiently to dozens of countries each year.
In an emergency, we can supply crisis areas with aid workers and aid equipment, such as tents, blankets, clean drinking water or an entire field hospital.
After providing emergency aid, we can help with the rebuilding and teach locals how to act in a disaster situation. The Disaster Relief Fund also helps us support development cooperation programmes and continuously fight illness and hunger together with local volunteers.
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In Finland, the Red Cross provides help in accidents, alleviates loneliness, takes care of the vulnerable and supports immigrants with integration activities.
We maintain our crisis preparedness by training and supporting volunteers all over Finland.
General donation to activities in Finland
General donations to activities in Finland are targeted to wherever funds are needed the most.
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Youth Shelters in Helsinki, Espoo, Vantaa, Turku and Tampere provide help and support to young people and their families in all kinds of difficult situations.
Youth Shelters help around the clock, every day of the year, and can offer a young person a safe place to spend the night if necessary. A young person or their family can come to the shelter without a referral or appointment. The services are free of charge.
Loneliness is destructive to human well-being. Up to one in five Finns feels lonely. Loneliness can feel like invisibility and emptiness or manifest as physical pain.
Each of us needs the company of another person, and even a single positive relationship can stop the cycle of loneliness.
The Red Cross alleviates loneliness by providing friends to those who are looking for the company of another person. The friends get together and spend time in a manner that suits them, such as having coffee or exercising outside.
Donations made to friend activities are used e.g. for friend activity coordination and volunteer training.
Inquire about company donations to activities in Finland: yritykset(at)redcross.fi or call +358 (0)20 701 2000. Service is available on weekdays 8.30 am–4.00 pm.
The Good Holiday Spirit collection is implemented by the Finnish Red Cross and the Mannerheim League for Child Welfare in cooperation with Yle to support low-income families with children in Finland. The donations are used to provide low-income families with food vouchers for buying food to their Christmas table.
As a Red Cross corporate supporting member you are supporting the local volunteer activities of the Finnish Red Cross. You can become a supporting member by paying a €300 annual membership fee.
As a supporting member, you will receive member benefits – for example discounts from Red Cross first aid products and Christmas cards. Supporting members also receive the Red Cross member magazine Avun maailma four times a year.
For more information about supporting membership and district-specific member benefits, contact your region’s Red Cross district office
The Finnish Red Cross online shop offers responsible corporate gifts and safety products. Red Cross products allow you to bring joy to your employees, partners and yourself.
An uncommitted donation to the Finnish Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund or activities in Finland is a gift that makes a difference. The person who does not need anything receives an intangible gift. For the person in need, it is a concrete aid.