Need some #gymspiration this January? Here’s Edina looking absolutely fabulous whilst training for #SportRelief 2012!
As 2016 draws to a close, we'd like to say a huge 'thank you' for making this year’s Sport Relief such a success and helping us to raise a record breaking £72,505,165.

To see how the money you raised is being used to transform lives, don’t miss Sport Relief 2016 The Final Score on BBC One tonight at 11.25pm, or on Saturday 31st December at 1.15pm.
A very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all of us at Comic Relief
Here’s an early Christmas present from us – a seriously funny Luther sketch from Sport Relief 2016.

We hope you don’t have as much trouble with your roast as the Luthers did!
At this time of year it can be particularly difficult for people who are homeless. Thanks to your generosity and support, we’ve been funding homelessness organisations across the UK for more than 20 years.

The amazing projects we fund help homeless people from all ages and backgrounds in a variety of ways. Find out more: [ Link ]
LIVE tonight at 6pm (GMT): Hosted by Peter Oborne, we have aid experts and journalists who've recently visited Yemen coming together to share their experiences and insights into the current humanitarian crisis.

JOIN us live from 6pm today!
More than 7 million people in Yemen do not know where their next meal will come from.

Today, Comic Relief has pledged £250,000 to the #YemenCrisis to help those in need. You can help make a difference too, so please donate today and help save lives: [ Link ]
Malaria deaths have halved over the last 15 years but it still claims a child's life every two minutes.

Improving how we test, treat and track the disease is the way to build on the astonishing progress that's already been made.

Davina McCall and Fleur De Force have seen for themselves what is being done to #FightMalaria in Tanzania and how in partnership with GSK we can really help make...
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Since the year 2000, malaria deaths have fallen by 70% in children under 5 in Africa.

That's amazing progress but there's still more to do at clinics like this to #FightMalaria as Davina McCall & Fleur De Force have seen for themselves today.
Tanzania is winning the #FightMalaria battle - there's lots more work to do - but with people like Mkola here it can be done.

Davina McCall GSK
On #ThrowbackThursday we’ve dug into the archives and found this from Red Nose Day 2015 - with a whole host of familiar faces vying for a coveted spot on the British Board of National Treasures.

Just who will Stephen Fry, Miranda Hart and Sheridan Smith bestow the honour upon? Enjoy!
Over 36 million people are living with HIV globally. We fund vital projects around the world to tackle stigma and help people access HIV treatment and services.

One of these projects is Grassroot Soccer, who are using the power of sport to educate at-risk youth, reduce the stigma and support people affected by HIV and AIDS. Find out more [ Link ]

Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. More than 1 in 3 women will experience violence at some points in their lives.

At Comic Relief we have a long history of funding projects which support women to live violence-free lives. Like The Mifumi Project, who work to tackle violence against women in Uganda, where an estimated 70% of women suffer from...
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Today, we’re hosting a special event with GSK to inspire the next generation to take on Mission Control: Malaria and continue the fight against the world’s deadliest disease #FightMalaria [ Link ]
Who remembers this classic moment from Red Nose Day 1995? When Dawn French locked lips with Hugh Grant #ThrowbackThursday