Tackle Inequality and Change the World
Red Nose Day will be back with a bang on 15 March and we’ve already got lots of surprises in the works. Set up your giving page now and get ready for the big day.
could pay for quality seeds for a female farmer to grow crops on up to three acres and provide for her family in Uganda.
could provide mental health first aid training for a teacher, enabling them with vital skills to support young people manage their mental health.
could provide an aspiring local teacher with pre-primary teacher training and support in Tanzania.
Frequently Asked Questions
I've set up my giving page but it isn't working. What do I do?
I need help to register for my giving page. What do I do?
Please contact JustGiving's dedicated support team and they will get back to you as soon as possible. All you need to do is complete this form.
Want an answer faster? You can check out everything you need to know by visiting JustGiving Help., their online help community. There is a good chance you will find information to solve your issue - plus, there are lots of tried and tested tips to help give your fundraising an extra push.
Where can I find ideas and inspiration for my fundraising?
Head to our fundraising tools section to download our brilliant fundraising tools such as posters and sponsorship forms to kick-start your fundraising for Red Nose Day. Got questions? Just email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why is a JustGiving account required?
JustGiving is the platform that we use to power all of our online fundraising for Red Nose Day. It’s a really easy way for people to donate, and for that money to be linked specifically to you and your fundraising efforts. It’s also the easiest way to pay in your fundraising total when your fundraising activities are done and dusted. And remember, you have the opportunity to opt-in or opt-out of JustGiving email communications. If you want to update your preferences, check out the FAQ 'How can I change my JustGiving email preferences?'
What is Red Nose Day all about?
The world feels a bit gloomy out there, but Red Nose Day is all about the power to make the world a better place and this year we feel that we need each other more than ever. We’re optimists and that’s why we’re asking the nation to join us and come together and make a difference to people’s lives both here in the UK and worldwide.
Since its launch, Comic Relief has been an organisation that brings people together. Millions of people, young and old to fundraise, to buy t-shirts, red noses and merchandise, and enjoy a big night of TV–while donating hundreds of millions of pounds and showing solidarity with people they’re unlikely to ever meet. But we’re not delusional. We know that Comic Relief can’t cure the world of all its ills. However,it can create a sense of hope, unity and kindness.
So this year, we have just one request – come together. We need each other right now more than ever. It’s easy to get involved and have a great time. From workplace bake sales and fancy-dress fundraising in schools, to danceathons, quizzes and sponsored challenges, we're asking people to put on a Red Nose and do whatever they can to raise life-changing cash. It all culminates in a massive night of comedy and entertainment on Friday 15th March, live on the BBC, and all the money raised is then used to change countless lives, both here in the UK and worldwide.
How can I change my JustGiving email preferences?
To help you keep on top of your fundraising, JustGiving will send you donation alerts whenever someone donates to your page. JustGiving will also send you updates on how much you’ve raised as well as fundraising tips to help you reach your target.
If you’d prefer not to receive these emails, you can stop some or all of these alerts whenever you like, here's how:
- Log into your account
- On the left, click 'Edit' next to the page you'd like to manage
- Click on 'Change email preferences'
- Untick the emails you no longer what to receive and click 'Update'
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Comic Relief is the trading name of Charity Projects, a registered charity in England and Wales (326568) and Scotland (SC039730), which is a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales (01806414). Registered address: Hanover House, 14 Hanover Square, London, W1S 1HP.