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Red Nose Day 2016 – Thursday May 26, 2016

May 3, 2016

YouTube video Walgreens

Let’s hear some straight-talk from the kids! In his fourth Red Nose Day Challenge to America, Ravi Patel visits Nathan Hale School in New Haven, CT and gets “Seriously Silly” with adorable children as he asks them hard-hitting questions about Red Nose Day. Watch to see their hilarious answers! Don’t forget to grab your Red Noses and Red Flair at your local Walgreens and share your #RedNose kid picture!

YouTube video Walgreens

You can get your Red Nose and Red Flair today, only at Walgreens.

What is Red Nose Day?

Red Nose Day is a special day to have fun, come together, and make a difference for kids who need our help the most—here at home and around the world. On May 26, people across the country will get involved by wearing Red Noses, organizing FUN-raisers, and watching the TV Special in primetime live here on NBC. Red Nose Day is on a mission to lift kids out of poverty and has raised over $1 billion globally in the last 25 years. Join the FUN-raising event of the year and get seriously silly on this Red Nose Day!

Why the Red Nose?

It’s the symbol for Red Nose Day around the world. It’s simple and universal—wearing a red nose is funny. And fun. Sharing a laugh brings people together. Wearing a Red Nose is a way to create moments of special human connection. Red Nose Day is all about bringing people together to care for each other. All this fun is designed to raise awareness and money to help children. Wear it, share a laugh, and get involved to help kids who need us most.

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