How to Support Red Nose Day (and Your Neighbors!) This Holiday Season
What if you could help feed hungry children this holiday season simply by selling your unwanted items to your neighbor?
Well, now you can. This holiday season Red Nose Day’s Full Plate Project is partnering with Nextdoor and their Sell for Good feature. Nextdoor is an app that connects neighbors to each other, and to everything nearby (including stuff for sale). With Sell for Good, you can turn your unwanted items into essential resources for vulnerable children and families across the country and around the world, without ever reaching into your wallet. Maybe it’s a lamp, those old vinyls, or that chunky sweater that you no longer want — any item you sell can make an impact.
Turning unwanted goods into goods for others couldn’t be easier. The Sell for Good feature can be found in Nextdoor’s For Sale & Free section. When you’re putting your item up for sale, simply select Red Nose Day as the charity of choice. Proceeds from the sale are turned directly into donations to The Full Plate Project — helping fill a child’s plate this holiday season and beyond.
Check out the video below to see how easy it is to turn your items into donation dollars that can do an incredible amount of good for the children and families who need it most:
As the impact of COVID-19 continues to deepen the issue of food insecurity for so many, including our neighbors, The Full Plate Project will provide the most vulnerable children and families with holiday meals, as well as long-term interventions to tackle food insecurity — and some much-needed hope.
Blog FPP Info
- Press Release 18 Mar 2021Red Nose Day Returns Thursday, May 27 Bringing Joy and Hope in Support of Millions of Children Facing Poverty
- News 18 Mar 2021When is Red Nose Day?
- News 28 Oct 2020What’s the Difference Between Hunger and the Effects of Food Insecurity?
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