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

Child poverty has long been a crisis, but right now it is nothing short of an emergency. A gift of any size can protect children facing poverty from the ripple effects of COVID-19.

We need your support to help 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.

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 make a difference. Social-emotional learning activities can start at a young age, and have a lifelong impact. When you build empathy together as a family and participate in actions that give back, it helps children of all ages recognize their power to positively impact their community and the world.

 

Activities for Kids from Red Nose Day

Now, more than ever, the world could use some empathy and kindness.Take a look at our free lesson plans and resources below to share with your family.
 

Kindness Activity
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Writing Activity
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Other Resources

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RND parents Resources

10 Ways WAPO

10 ways to foster kindness and empathy in kids

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Psychology Today Parents

5 ways for parents and teachers to look at the big picture on mental health

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Parents Six Seconds Article

9 Ways to Teach a Growth Mindset to Kids
 

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