Red Nose Day 2017

1 year ago

 

Friday 24th March saw the annual event of Red Nose Day, a huge fundraising event held by charity Comic Relief. rnd

The event saw people across the country getting involved and doing their bit to raise funds for this amazing cause.

About Red Nose Day

Red Nose Day focuses on five main issues in which they have already made and continue to make a huge difference. These issues are:

  • Immunisation
  • Mental Health
  • Education
  • Domestic Violence
  • Fighting Malaria

For the day the Cummins Mellor team decided to dress in anything red they could find and bring along their donation! We had a great day fundraising and are proud to have contributed toward the MASSIVE £73,026,234 rasied so far for this years’ Red Nose Day! What an achievement.amyrnd

To find out more about Red Nose Day head to the website. 


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