RE:ACT announces partnership with Global Infrastructure Partners
GIP becomes a founding member of the newly launched Rapid Response Fund as part of three year strategic partnership.
Alex Whitty 25th January 2022 Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins
End of Year message from our Chief Executive
Ten weeks into the role, RE:ACT Chief Executive, Toby Wicks, gives his thoughts on another busy year for RE:ACT.
Toby Wicks 22nd December 2021 Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins
Hot and Bothered: Climate Change and COP26
Ahead of COP26 we hear from one Indonesian fisherman about the effect of climate change on his fishing community, as well as looking at what we should hope for COP26.
Ben Cook 28th October 2021 Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins
RE:ACT announces new Chief Executive –Toby Wicks
RE:ACT Disaster Response is excited to announce that Toby Wicks has been appointed the new Chief Executive.
Alex Whitty 24th September 2021 Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins
RE:ACT supports emergency resettlement of Afghan evacuees in the UK
RE:ACT volunteers are helping to distribute emergency supplies to evacuees from Afghanistan.
Alex Whitty 02nd September 2021 Estimated Reading Time: 1 min
RE:ACT support Eastbourne District Hospital CCU
RE:ACT Volunteers and Responders were called to support Eastbourne District General Hospital at the peak of the 2nd wave of the Covid-19 pandemic when the number of CCU patients increased and many of the staff became ill themselves.
Liz Lyall 25th July 2021 Estimated Reading Time: 1 min
Get into the RE:ACT mindset: How to set goals and actually achieve them
At RE:ACT, we’re all about taking on challenges, but the key to a successful challenge is to first set goals. We’ve put together some great tips to help you set, and stick to, goals in your life.
Alice Prichard 15th July 2021 Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins
Marathon Tyre Flip: Training for a Guinness World Record to help support RE:ACT
Harrie & Louis are attempting a Guinness World Record Tyre Flip to raise money for RE:ACT, and we caught up with them to find out about their training and what motivates them.
Alice Prichard 02nd July 2021 Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins