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RE:ACT Commonwealth Games Responders to carry The Queen's Baton

Psst..! Four RE:ACT Games Responders to carry The Queen’s Baton for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games… Pass it on!

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Robert Cole 01st July 2022 Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins

RE:flections Stories

RE:ACT’s Director of Operations, Ben Lampard, reflects on his recent visit to Dnipro in Eastern Ukraine.

The most important message to convey after my latest visit to Ukraine is that the country and its people need our help and will continue to need it for some time to come.

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Ben Lampard 29th June 2022 Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins

Stories Interviews

From Wealth to Health – Caroline’s Volunteer Journey

A high-flying career in wealth management seems an unlikely route to disaster response, but Caroline is one of our most experienced Responders.

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Robert Cole 29th June 2022 Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins

News Fundraising

RE:ACT volunteers do their fair share in Plymouth

Our volunteers have helped the food redistribution charity FareShare South West to deliver thousands of meals to deprived communities in Devon and Cornwall.

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Robert Cole 24th May 2022 Estimated Reading Time: 1 min

RE:flections Mental Wellbeing

The Importance of Mental Wellbeing Debriefs

Post Deployment Mental Health/Wellbeing debriefs are just as vital as operational debriefs. We want to make sure our volunteers are well looked after and are supported before, during, post, and outside of deployments.

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Rick Walters 12th May 2022 Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins

RE:flections Opinion News Stories

Misson to Moldova: A Volunteer’s Story

Sean Vogt just completed a deployment to Moldova and tells us here how it went.

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Sean Vogt 11th May 2022 Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins

RE:flections

It’s ok to say if you’re not ok

For Mental Health Awareness Week Jane Pound, our Chief of People, encourages us all to speak up when we're not ok.

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Jane Pound 03rd May 2022 Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins

Stories

Operation Noah

In August 2019, flash flooding hit the capital of Sierra Leone, Freetown, leaving six people reported dead and washing away the homes of thousands.

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Jade Rolph 27th April 2022 Estimated Reading Time: 1 min

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