This year, Red Nose Day falls on the 15 March. The day will be marked with tons of fundraising activities, as well as a fun-packed night of telly on the BBC.
Millions of children all over the world aren’t able to survive and thrive because they aren’t getting their basic needs met. When children can’t reach their potential, this has devastating consequences for their lives, for their whole communities and for future generations. We are striving to ensure that every child has the best start in life by supporting families and communities to meet all young children’s needs.
Mental ill health affects one in ten people at any given time, yet the majority of the world’s population can’t access specialist mental health support, and many suffer in silence. Comic Relief is working with partners to ensure that people with mental health problems have access to appropriate help and can live free from the stigma and discrimination they now face.
Throughout the world, women and girls face discrimination, inequality, violence and exploitation on a daily basis - purely because of their gender. Comic Relief has been funding programmes that empower women and girls since we began over 30 years ago and we are continuing to fight for their justice and equality today.
Millions of people around the world don’t have a safe place to live, having been forced from their homes due to conflict, natural disasters, poverty or personal and family circumstances. Comic Relief is working to ensure that everyone in the UK, and some of the world's poorest people, can access a secure home, in a safe environment, where they can live with dignity.
You can pick up your Red Nose from any Argos or Sainsbury's store. You can also order a nose online by clicking the link below.SHOP NOW