Fundraising for Red Nose Day brings the school community together to help others, while fostering fun, creativity, and teamwork. Join schools across the country and show the difference that kids can make when they come together to help end child poverty -- one nose at a time!

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Our Impact: Red Nose Day has raised nearly $150 million in four years to help end child poverty, both in America and in some of the poorest communities around the world. The money raised goes to fund projects that ensure children are safe, healthy, educated, and empowered.

Red Nose Day returns in May 2019, and we'll have more information available shortly on how to fundraise in your classroom. In the meantime, check out our classroom resources to help your kids understand the issues and inspire them to help.

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Inspiration from Classrooms Around the Country

Fundraising Videos

  • Kelly Clarkson rallies for Red Nose Day at Laurel Hall School

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    Kelly Clarkson visits Laurel Hall Elementary School, where kids learn about giving back through the Red Nose Day lesson plan.

  • Skai Jackson helps Grant Elementary fundraise

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    Skai Jackson helps the Grant School in LA raise money to end child poverty with their Red Nose Rally.

Fundraising Inspiration

  • How Real Teachers & Students are Fundraising at School

    Read on for some real-life inspiration and fundraising highlights from 2018.


  • This Teacher Brings her Whole School Together for Red Nose Day

    At Elm Place Middle School, Lori Wyatt is inspiring the next generation of givers.