Red Nose Day

Red Nose Day Quick Facts

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2022 DateMay 23, 2022
2023 DateMay 23, 2023
Red Nose Day

Red Nose Day History

Red Nose Day seeks to end child poverty by funding programs that keep children safe, healthy, and educated. This day aims to use the power of entertainment to bring people together to laugh and have fun. An iconic part of Red Nose Day is the red nose. According to Comic Relief, the red nose is a calling card that encourages people to come together, share a laugh, and give the world something to smile about.

Red Nose Day was established in 2015 by the British charity Comic Relief. It is observed annually on March 19th.

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Red Nose Day Facts

  • According to npr, in 2021, there were about 3.7 million children living in poverty in the US. The seventh annual Red Nose Day helped raise over $32 million, and has over $270 million since starting in 2015.
  • Red Nose Day has several strategic areas that it focuses on in order to support children and foster change in the world. These areas include:
    1) Safety
    2) Health
    3) Education
    4) Crisis Response
  • Since starting Red Nose Day, more than 41 million meals have been provided to children and families in need.

Red Nose Day Top Events and Things to Do

  • Wear a red nose. The red nose is the symbol of Red Nose Day. It encourages everyone to come together and share a laugh. It's a fun way to help raise awareness about child poverty.
  • Help support the Full Plate Project, a campaign by Red Nose Day to provide families with holiday meals. The campaign also looks for long term solutions to food insecurity and child hunger. Learn more at Full Plate Project.
  • Explore 4 ways to give back at Red Nose Day.

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