The must-have accessory for March is available on Amazon now, with free One-Day Delivery for all customers
Comic Relief is proud to present its funniest and most sustainable Red Nose collection to date
The new range features four hilarious characters and a limited-edition, rare Gold Nose
Made from plant-based materials, the Nose can now be recycled at home
Money raised this Red Nose Day could help tackle poverty, provide food, essential healthcare or safe shelter for people in the UK and around the world
Red Nose Day returns on Friday 15 March
Look the part this Red Nose Day and get your Red Noses from Amazon now at www.amazon.co.uk/comicrelief(opens in new window)
Friday 2 February: Who knew doing good could look so good?! The must-have accessory for March has returned – it’s time to get ‘reddy’ for Red Nose Day and look the part with this year’s brand-new collection of Red Noses, which also comes in blue and, for a lucky few, gold! These fully recyclable Noses are a perfect way to join the fun and Do Something Funny for Money this Red Nose Day.
The new, vibrant, plant-based Red Nose range is available now with free One-Day Delivery for all customers on Amazon(opens in new window), the official home of the Red Nose. The Noses are guaranteed to raise smiles, as well as life changing money for Red Nose Day.
With spreading joy and laughter at the heart of the new Red Nose designs, it’s fair to say the 2024 set is the funniest yet – because for the first time ever, the Red Noses can tell jokes. Helping to lift spirits across the country and make people laugh out loud, each Nose comes with a QR code that takes you to the Red Nose Day Joke Generator, in collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS). The generator reels off joke after joke to make you smile, laugh and giggle all day long.
Priced from £2, there are five Noses to find and collect – four characters, including Gigglesworth, Smirklethorpe, McChortles, LOL-E-Pops, and the Golden Hooter – a limited-edition Gold Nose. You could be unboxing the Golden Hooter whenever you purchase a Red Nose from Amazon.
And for families with more than one Nose to cater for, this year sees the launch of the first Red Nose Family Pack. Available for £8, it’s the only way to get your hands – and nose – on all four characters, including LOL-E-Pops – our very special, limited-edition Blue Nose available exclusively in the Family Pack.
The impact of poverty, conflict and climate change continues to be felt further and wider – and support is needed more than ever. Money raised by the Red Noses could help to put food on plates and roofs over heads, keep little ones safe and help support families affected by conflict and climate change. It’s never felt more important to come together and make a difference.
Nick Grimshaw said: “Red Nose Day was always one of my favourite funniest days of the year growing up. I wore my Red Nose with pride and begged my mum for one every year. This year we have an array of noses to choose from – I think I’m going to go for McChortles - he’s the one I most connect with, he has a ludicrous face, like me."
The Red Nose first appeared in 1988 and since then it’s been on an exciting journey, with many different characters and designs to collect. While this is no doubt Comic Relief’s funniest range to date, it is also the most sustainable. Plastic free and made entirely from plant-based material including bagasse, the Noses can now be recycled at home.
This Red Nose Day campaign encourages everyone to Do Something Funny for Money, bringing the nation together to have a laugh, raise loads of cash and help tackle some serious problems.
Look the part this Red Nose Day, Friday 15 March, and pick up your Red Nose from Amazon now at www.amazon.co.uk/comicrelief(opens in new window) and in Amazon Fresh Stores and Whole Foods Market from 15 February.
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NOTES TO EDITORS
About Red Nose Day
Red Nose Day is back on Friday 15 March 2024!
It’s that time of year when incredible cake-bakers, joke-makers, telly-watchers, t shirt-wearers, Red Nose-buyers and laugh-til-you-cryers, do something to fight poverty through humour and fun, for communities here in the UK and around the world.
We know that when people come together, great things can happen. So, this March, Comic Relief is uniting the nation to Do Something Funny for Money. The money raised could help put food on plates and roofs over heads, keep little ones safe and help support families affected by conflict and climate change. Having a laugh can make a serious difference.
There are lots of ways to take part in Red Nose Day. To find out more, visit www.comicrelief.com/rednoseday or follow @comicrelief on social media.
Red Nose Day is an initiative of Comic Relief.
About Comic Relief
Comic Relief is a UK charity that uses the power of entertainment and popular culture to work towards a vision of a just world free from poverty. We raise money to support organisations that are closest to the communities who can make change happen. We support work that will tackle the impact of poverty, injustice, conflict, and climate change in the UK and around the world.
Since launching in 1985, we have raised over £1.5 billion thanks to the huge generosity and kindness of the public and our partners. For more information on our work, visit www.comicrelief.com(opens in new window) or follow @comicrelief on X(opens in new window) (formerly Twitter), Facebook(opens in new window), Instagram(opens in new window), LinkedIn(opens in new window) and TikTok(opens in new window) for the latest content and news.
Comic Relief is the operating name of Charity Projects, registered charity in England & Wales (326568) and Scotland (SC039730).
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