Hunger doesn't take a holiday. Donate Today.

For millions of families struggling to put food on the table, this time of year is especially difficult. But if we come together, we can help address the immediate needs of children and families facing hunger.

A gift of any size to the Full Plate Project by Red Nose Day not only helps provide nourishing meals to children who urgently need them, but also supports long-term solutions to address food insecurity. Please give what you can.

As long as there are children living in poverty and facing inequity, every day is Red Nose Day

Even when the unpredictable happens, like the crisis of COVID-19, your ongoing support helps give children living in the most vulnerable communities across the U.S. and around the world a chance at a better life and a brighter future.

A monthly gift goes even further, because giving a little each month adds up to big change.

When you give monthly, you’ll also become a member of The Sandbox, Red Nose Day’s community of monthly givers.

Complete your gift to make a difference.

Red Nose Day believes you're never too young to give back. We also understand that speaking to children – especially young children – about complex issues like poverty can be tough. That's why we've put together community resources and activities for parents to promote understanding and empathy, and help us all realize our power to help others. 

Resources for Parents 

Check back often as we continue to add resources for parents.

Resources for parents

RND in School

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    Remote Learning Resources from   Red Nose Day in School

    Red Nose Day in School's free, downloadable lesson plans to help build empathy while practicing core English Language Acquisition (ELA) and math skills. Lessons are appropriate for grades 2 - 5, and are easy enough to use at home.

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  • JokeHaThon for families

    Join the Joke-Ha-Thon

    Get your family together to share your best jokes to raise money to support children who are most in need – and you'll raise some spirits, too. Even though we're at home, we can still have fun and help others, together.

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