This is part of a sponsored post series written as a member of #RedNose Day #RedNoseClub.
There are so many wonderful things associated with being part of the #RedNoseClub. Charged with the task of bringing awareness about the first ever #RedNose Day here in the United States, we’ve how easy it is to make a difference in the lives of others through the simple purchase of a $1 red nose at a local Walgreens that benefits charities for kids.
I’ve been inspired by my friends and online community who have shared photos of themselves wearing red noses all in the name of helping to lift kids out of poverty. After all, we’re all in this together and our individual efforts will add up to huge change in the lives of many.
If you haven’t purchased a red nose yet, it’s not too late!
Boxes of red noses will be at Walgreens registers around the country until May 21. With proceeds going to the Red Nose Day Fund benefitting charity partners like Boys & Girls Clubs of America, charity: water, Children’s Health Fund, Feeding America, Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance, The Global Fund, LIFT, National Council of La Raza, National Urban League, Oxfam America, Save the Children, and the United Way, it’s hard to pass up the fun purchase of a red nose for kids in the United States and around the world.
So grab your kids, grab some friends, or grab some colleagues to purchase a red nose. The #RedNoseClub sure had a blast with shopping and wearing our red noses at the flagship Walgreens in Chicago. Take a look!
Celebrate Red Nose Day on May 21
Make sure to purchase your red nose at Walgreens and watch the celebrity studded Red Nose Day comedy gala New York City on May 21. The gala will be live on NBC from 8-11 pm EST and serves as a celebration of doing something good to help others.
I am a compensated member of the #RedNose Day #RedNoseClub and my trip expenses to Chicago were paid for as part of my involvement in this program.