It’s been 25 years since Red Nose Day first burst onto our screens and this year, once again, the nation is gearing up to put on their Noses, pull out all the stops, and get fundraising
Whether it’s at work, at school or at home, the money you raise is used to transform the lives of countless people, both here at home in the UK and across Africa.
What is Red Nose Day?
We think it’s fair to say that Red Nose Day has become something of a national institution since its launch in 1988.
The idea is pretty simple - everyone has a laugh whilst raising money to help change countless lives across the UK and Africa.
Every two years, thousands of people do something funny for money. They do it at home, at work, in schools and, well, just about everywhere.
They even do it on TV, with the BBC giving celebrities and comedians an entire evening to entertain the nation whilst urging them to donate generously.
Tell us what your up to this year, we would love to hear your stories!