Red Nose Day
In Australia, nine children die suddenly and unexpectedly every day. That’s more than 3,000 babies, toddlers and preschoolers every year – more than double the national road toll. We are losing them to miscarriage, stillbirth, and SIDS, among other things.
Red Nose is Australia’s leading authority on safe sleep and pregnancy, and bereavement support for families affected by the death of a child. Since the first Red Nose Day in 1989 more than 10,000 babies have been saved thanks to Red Nose. That’s an 85% reduction in infant deaths.
Whether you’re setting up a Red Nose stall to sell merchandise, organising a morning tea, or hosting a concert, your support means parents and families are no longer alone, and helps to prevent other families from suffering an unimaginable tragedy.
Red Nose Day simply wouldn’t be possible without the help of hundreds of volunteers who get involved each year. Join them to help raise vital funds – there are lots of ways to get involved! Get in touch today to find out more!