Twenty years of partnership and a whopping £11,010,398 raised this #RedNoseDay . Thank you @sainsburys colleagues and customers, you have been incredible like always! As @kimberleywalshofficial found out when she stopped by to say thanks 👍
254122 March, 2019
A massive thank you to everyone at @tkmaxx and @homesense_ukie who, along with their customers, have raised a fantastic £4,087,496 for #RedNoseDay 🔴 So @mayajama popped along to a store to say a big well done 👏
Teachers, pupils and schools up and down the country, you’ve all done your bit. So give yourself a pat on the back for raising lots and lots and lots - actually £3,400,000 - for #RedNoseDay . So from @lindseyjrussell@iamradzi and us, here’s a big, red, round THANK YOU! 🔴🥳
241322 March, 2019
It’s only one week on from #RedNoseDay but we’re already feeling reflective 🥰 We want to spend the day thanking some of the people who helped us raise an astonishing amount of money which will help us to change people’s lives, here in the UK and around the world.
Starting with... YOU! Thank you for getting involved with #RedNoseDay whether you fundraised, watched the show, donated or gave us a like, we couldn’t do it all without ya. So here’s to you 🙌 #FlashbackFriday
309322 March, 2019
We’ve been meeting mums, midwives and community leaders in Tanzania to find out first-hand how TCDC – an organisation funded by Comic Relief and @GSK - is equipping them with important skills to fight malaria. Swipe through now to hear their stories ➡️
Journalist Anna Whitehouse has been on the ground with us, helping to amplify these community voices - who are just some of the people who have been supported by the project so far, learning to seek treatment early, trust test results and take prescribed medication.
For example, more than 18,000 pregnant women and mothers are now attending antenatal care where they receive treatment to prevent malaria and, crucially, are able to recognise the signs of symptoms of malaria in young children.
But while this is incredible progress, malaria is still one of the world’s biggest killers, with a child under the age of five dying every two minutes. That’s why it’s more important than ever to come together, through partnerships like Comic Relief and @GSK, to continue the fight against malaria and make a difference in people’s lives.
346421 March, 2019
Always dreamed of hitting the red carpet at a swanky film premiere? Well this could be your big break, kiddo 🎬
Our main man Richard Curtis and Danny Boyle have made a new film called ‘Yesterday’ - starring the likes of Lily James, Himesh Patel, Kate McKinnon and Ed Sheeran - and this is your chance to attend it’s glitzy premiere in London and meet some of its stars. All for a simple £10 prize draw entry - just visit comicrelief.com/yesterday
This amazing experience is part of our ComicRelief #Prizeathon with proceeds helping us support vulnerable people in the UK and around the world. Head to comicrelief.com/prizes for EVEN MORE prizes 🏆
Meet Bill from Birmingham, who found himself among the thousands of people who are homeless right here in the UK.
Thankfully he found The Choir with No Name, a Comic Relief funded project which enables homeless or marginalised people to come together and sing. Not only does the project provide an escape from the harsh realities of living without a secure place to call home, it also provides hot meals, opportunities to make friends and a sense of belonging. 🎶
To support projects like this one and many others - both here in the UK and around the world - click the link in our bio and donate now.
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