May 21, 2020, All Day
Red Nose Day is a campaign dedicated to raising money for children and young people living in poverty by simply having fun and making people laugh. On Red Nose Day people across the country will come together to have fun and raise funds and awareness. Since launching in the United States in 2015 (and we’re proud to have been involved since that first year, see our awesome and creative initial promotion below), with the generous support of millions of Americans, hundreds of celebrities, and key partners including NBC and Walgreen’s, Red Nose Day has raised nearly $200 million.
Areyvut encourages all trained Mitzvah Clowning to use their skills to bring joy to others. We encourage all Mitzvah Clowns to participate in Red Nose Day by visiting a local senior center, children with special needs or an agency that serves a vulnerable population and put a smile on their faces! If you need help organizing a visit please let us know.
For those not yet trained as Mitzvah Clowns clowns, you can partner with us to organize a training in your community.
Areyvut will also be distributing red noses to bring joy and cheer to others – like senior centers and homeless shelters- in your community. If you want to help us distribute noses and actively bring joy to those in need please contact us at 201-244-6702 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Areyvut is selling red noses for a dollar. The noses are available at the Areyvut office (147 S. Washington Avenue, Bergenfield, NJ 07621) starting on April 20 during normal business hours. We highly recommend you call us at 201-244-6702 prior to coming in. The proceeds from the noses will go to support our Mitzvah Clown programs which actively bring joy, smiles and laughter throughout the year to seniors and others in need of healing and a friendly visit.
If you want to request for Areyvut to come present in your school, synagogue or community, on Red Nose Day please contact us at 201-244-6702 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
Red Nose Day Promotion from 2015