The Old Station Nursery Group has raised over £1800 for Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day across the 78 nurseries within the group. With the amount of money raised, The Old Station Nursery Group matched the donations, bringing the total amount to over £3500.
On Friday 17th March, the nurseries across the group all took part in several different activities to raise awareness for Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day. Some nurseries hosted bake sales for the families and children, others raised money by asking the children to dress up. There were even nurseries encouraging everyone to sport their best ‘crazy hair’!
Comic Relief, renowned for its annual Red Nose Day campaign, continues to make a profound impact on the lives of millions of individuals in the UK and worldwide. By supporting remarkable projects and organizations, the funds raised contribute to addressing critical issues such as homelessness, mental health, food poverty, and the challenges associated with the cost of living.
Each year, Comic Relief continues to make difference to the lives of millions of people across the UK and around the world, through supporting various incredible projects and organisations. Money raised goes towards helping people struggling with the cost of living, as well as tackling issues such as homelessness, mental health, and food poverty. The charity is well-known for their annual Red Nose Day campaign.
Commenting on the group’s fundraising for Comic Relief, Sarah Steel, Chair of The Old Station Nursery Group said, “We are incredibly thankful for the teams across our nurseries and in our Head Office for supporting and donating to such an important cause. Raising money and awareness for local as well as national charities is an important part of life at The Old Station Nursery Group, and we are proud to be able to match their donations to make a real difference to those in need.”
Highlighting and celebrating national and international events, such as Red Nose Day is an important part of the values at The Old Station Nursery Group, across the offices and nurseries alike. The nurseries aim to enrich the children’s learning and development by giving them the opportunity to explore diverse topics which impact the world around them.