Red Nose Day 2020
In 32 years, 10,000+ Australian children's lives have been saved, but still nine children die every day.
Every day in Australia, children under the age of four die suddenly and unexpectedly, with causes including stillbirth, SIDS and fatal sleep accidents.
Red Nose's goal is to reduce this number to zero.
Since its inception, Red Nose's work in critical research and education programs have proven effective by the fact there has been an 85% decrease in sudden unexpected deaths in infancy in Australia, saving an estimated 9,967 lives. However, there is so much more that needs to be done to reduce these deaths to zero, and Red Nose relies heavily on public support of Red Nose Day to continue their work.
Funds raised through Red Nose Day fundraising activities go to Red Nose's advocacy and research programs into the causes of all sudden, unexplained and preventable childhood deaths, educating the community on safe sleeping practices, and supporting families who have been devastated by the sudden and unexpected death of a child.
Red Nose are inviting Australians to get involved in Red Nose Day in a number of different ways. People can purchase a red nose or other Red Nose Day product, make a donation, host a children's fundraising disco or set up an online fundraising page. Funds raised will be fundamental in helping Red Nose reduce the number of deaths of Australian babies and children from nine per day, to zero.
Red Nose Day products available this year include the iconic red noses, car noses, truck noses, adorable plush toy characters as well as pens and wristbands.
All products will be available to purchase from Big W, Spotlight, CUA and other leading retailers as well as online at rednoseday.com.au.
Call 1300 998 698
When & Where
Date: Friday 14th August 2020
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