Andy, 52 from Patchway, received support from British Red Cross volunteer Ian

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Andy, 52 from Patchway, received support from British Red Cross volunteer Ian

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In a crisis, the Red Cross is a sign of hope. Whether someone is struggling to cope at home after a hospital stay, needs to borrow a wheelchair or feels alone and isolated, the British Red Cross is there.

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Make a donation today and you will bring comfort to someone when they need it most. Your generosity will help give more people access to our UK services. People like Andy, who was diagnosed with bowel cancer and had no one to turn to after being discharged from hospital. "I was in crisis. I couldn't speak, I couldn't move. I was on my own." said Andy. It wasn't until he met Ian, his British Red Cross volunteer, that he was given a lifeline.

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All I kept thinking was it’s not the cancer that’s going to kill me, it’s the loneliness...

Andy (pictured), 52 from Patchway in Bristol

Received support from British Red Cross volunteer Ian

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